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Backtalk: White Fragility & South Africa's Queer Femme Web Series

whiteness Amy Lam This week on Backtalk, Amy and Sarah get into the nitty gritty of calling out the centering of white voices in popular media, and chat with our special guest and Bitch Media Global Feminism fellow Maneo Mohale about the queer web series of South Africa. Recently, headlines have about NBC's development of a show called Mail Order Family and Tim Burton's cluelessness about the very white casting in his films have sustsained conversations around the whiteness of Hollywood.
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