Sandwiched between whiteness and blackness, being brown in the U.S. has always been uncomfortable. During the early 1900s, the American judiciary waffled back-and-forth on the racial classifications of Indian Americans.[…]
The word ‘Cliffhanger’ might well have entered the cinematic lexicon sometime toward end-1913, when early motion picture maker William Selig had a brainwave. His planned 13-part film-serial would appear simultaneously[…]
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