Lack of diversity on HBO's Girls, the surprise success of Scandal and racist rants over the casting of The Hunger Games share a pervasive theme that runs among these and many other conversations: The limited exposure and roles for actresses of color and more specifically, the belief that audiences won't identify (read: pay to see) women of color carrying a film or television show that's not a Black (or Latin or Asian) show. One niche area that we seem to miss when we discuss the dearth of racial representation is TV shows for kids.
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