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From ‘Bridgerton’ to ‘The Real Housewives’: The Black Elite Has Been Around for a While

‘Bridgerton’ isn’t the first series to show us the existence of the Black wealth and royalty

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When we think of castles, big dresses, gentlemen in powdered wigs, kings, queens, and courts, we don’t usually see our skinfolk on the scene as anything but…




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