Engage: Symbolism behind first black 'Mad Men' character
Actress Teyonah Parris plays Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce's first African-American employee.
April 16th, 2012
12:01 PM ET

Engage: Symbolism behind first black 'Mad Men' character

Engage with news and opinions from around the web about under-reported stories from undercovered communities.

Teyonah Parris on 'Mad Men' character: 'I realize a lot of responsibility comes with this role' - Los Angeles Times Show Tracker See also: Opinion: Old 'Mad Men' prejudices linger - Detroit Free Press

University of California San Diego to overhaul racial harassment policies - San Diego Union-Tribune

Programs try to halt homelessness among veterans - NPR

Opinion: Why is bilingual education in decline? - Huffington Post Latino Voices

First out lesbian ordained by Presbyterian Church - The Advocate

After years of education, children of U.S. immigrants returning to home countries - The New York Times

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  1. im indian

    y did some invasle write this article to basicly make the black man feel miles have been treaded to get where he's at

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