Controversial Stage Play Magnifies Stereotypes A new play tackles racism by confronting racist slurs and behavior head-on. Actors Miles Gregley, Rafael Agustin and Allan Axibal talk about the controversial play, N*W*C: The Race Show, and its confrontation of racial stereotypes.
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Controversial Stage Play Magnifies Stereotypes

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Controversial Stage Play Magnifies Stereotypes

Controversial Stage Play Magnifies Stereotypes

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Controversial Stage Play Magnifies Stereotypes

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A new play is tackling racism by confronting racist slurs and behavior head on. Actors Miles Gregley, Rafael Agustin and Allan Axibal about the controversial play, N.W.C., and its confrontation of racial stereotypes.