Marlon Riggs Color Adjustment

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Television is not only pure entertainment, as medium but also more like a way to delivery different kind of massages to the audience. In the earliest days of television, Black people are not seemed to be accepted to be in the television, even they have the role, they often portrayals of pleasing the audience by doing comedies. In Marlon Riggs’ Color Adjustment, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. state that the black urban sitcoms of 1970s represented the greatest potential for representing Black life in television’s history and also the greatest failure; and he gives an example like Good Time. The show represents the black communities across the country, and their situation in realities, also it talks about how they deal with the issues of racism and
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