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1st March 2012

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Flashback to Revolutionary TV: A Different World

latinosexuality:

originally posted at my media justice column

The first time I started this series I focused on The Golden Girls.  Today I focus on another TV show that continues to impact my life: A Different World.  Many may know this show to be a spin-off of The Cosby Show. This is true, but it was also its own solid show that began with Denise Huxtable (Lisa Bonet) going to college. 

Centered at a fictional HBCU (Historically Black College and University) named Hillman, we follow several students (beginning with Denise from The Cosby Show) as they interact with the struggles that come with being college students of Color: time management, interracial dating, HIV, consent, roommate challenges, managing work and school, class differences, dating, friendships, joining sororities and fraternities, being an activist, gender differences, apartheid in South Africa, and shadism. 

Please read the entire article @ the source. I watched “A Different World” religiously when I was an adolescent, but I didn’t truly appreciate it until adulthood. This article brilliantly explains why.

Source: latinosexuality

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    I am so glad that A Different World is on syndication it has become my daily ritual. Providing me strength to continue...
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