'Parenthood' tackles the N-word with grace, honesty, and that Braverman bravery
Oct 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Zap2it.com
In the '50s, NBC was the first network to ban the N-word from its radio waves. In the '70s, NBC sitcom "Sanford & Son" used the word several times, with no shortage of controversy.
"Parenthood" understands that television simultaneously reflects and influences our culture, and it respects that. It is responsible television.
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