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By The Dispatch On Monday, March 9th, 2020
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King Kong to screen in cinemas March 15, the first time in over 60 years

Though it’s a genuine icon of American cinema, and one of the most instantly recognizable creations ever put on screen, 1933’s King Kong has not had a nationwide theatrical re-release in 64 years. That changes More...

By Brandon Jones On Monday, March 13th, 2017
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NPR’s Lakshmi Singh discusses King Kong racism with Robin Means Coleman

King Kong is a metaphor for black men who want to sleep with white women, proposed NPR liberal hosts, discussing the new film Kong: Skull Island. During a segment on NPR, Robin Means Coleman, a professor of Afro-American More...


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