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Issa Rae’s Insecure Ending is a Win for the Culture

Insecure has captured the attitude of black millennial culture for so long. It deserves its praise.

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With all the noise surrounding us, entertainment remains one of the last refuges in our society. A well-crafted story can speak for major sections of society and in the black community, remains one of the few…

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