by Rebecca Carroll onApril 4, 2012
Daily Beast writer Rebecca Carroll looks at the race relations depicted on America's favorite drama, Mad Men, and observes that the segregation and disregard of black women on Madison Avenue during the 1960s is not black history -- it's a contemporary truth.
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