ABC’s The Wonder Years reboot has been surprisingly fair for a Hollywood show, and thus enjoyable to watch – until it wasn’t. Wednesday’s episode, “Black Teacher,” took on the sensitive topic of race and racism and did a good job of it until the very end when they took a dig at “concerned white parents” who fight to make sure what their children are learning is “fair and balanced.” And although the show is set in the ‘70s, the dig seemed to be partially aimed at white parents today who are protesting Critical Race Theory (CRT) curriculums and mask mandates in public schools across the country.
The Wonder Years centers around the life of elementary student Dean Williams (Elisha Williams). In Wednesday’s episode, Dean is worried about having a new black teacher, Mr. Brady (Gaius Charles), because he doesn’t want his white friends to think he’s being shown any […]
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