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“The Voice” Ethnic Cliff

We almost make it to the mountaintop, but America steps in

Top 13 competitors by judges teams. Courtesy of NBC/ The Voice Twitter account

Every once in a while my family catches the wave of a popular entertainment trend. We binged the current season of “The Voice” until my eyes and ears went numb. My heart was invested in a few of the competitors’ fates long before this numbness set in, though. I confess that this is the first season that I watched every…

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AfroSapiophile is a hub for critical thinking and analysis pertaining to civil rights, human rights, systemic racism and sexism across politics, entertainment, and history.

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Joel A. Johnson

Joel A. Johnson

Family man, & creative who enjoys karaoke, poetry, & balance sports (skating & skiing). I focus on social justice. Writes for The Lark, AfroSapiophile, WEOC

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