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In 'Red Velvet,' taking up the mantle of Othello in 19th century London

There is a long tradition of African-American artists finding more hospitable receptions in Europe than in their own country. Josephine Baker, Paul Robeson, James Baldwin, Richard Wright — all ended up as expatriates for at least part of their careers. Add to that list — near the top, chronologically...
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