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Life in the Pop Lane

This Cosby show is undeserved

Comedian's comments elicit harsh criticism

By Renee Graham
Globe Staff / June 1, 2004

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In recent days, Bill Cosby has been called everything from a racist to a race traitor for the disparaging comments he made recently about low-income African-Americans. Speaking last month at a Washington, D.C., gala commemorating the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, the normally affable Cosby lashed out at neglectful black parents, illiterate black kids, black criminals, and ... (Full Article: 758 Words)

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