Away from the cinema, there’s been exciting talk of Steve Mc Queen developing a major BBC television series that will follow a group of black British friends and their families over a number of decades. The 1980s saw a surge in activity for black British production and representation, encouraged in part by the arrival of Channel 4 (which put diverse programming at the centre of its remit) in 1982.
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I am white and I am asking because I want to hear other's perceptions and experiences. I just provided a link to one page that I already knew of and boiled down some of the data.
I am not sure why you would say I would not give a second of my time on this, but hopefully I will change your perceptions.
This does not apply to every black women, but some.
White MEN are thought of as responsible, good credit, good job, family man, undeniably loving, handsome and mature.