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Does the Controversy Over ‘Mixed-ish’ Have Merit?

An inside look at ABC’s new multiracial comedy

InIn the third episode of the new sitcom Mixed-ish, which debuts September 24 on ABC, there is a classroom scene in which the camera zooms in on the back of 12-year-old Rainbow Johnson’s head (played by Arica Himmel) as she faces the teacher. Her hair is worn naturally and seemingly without gels, oils, or…

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Kristal Brent Zook

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