ADVICE FOR SCREENWRITERS.

No. 2.

IF YOU ARE writing a drama in which the main characters are all of European extraction, you can prove to the world that you are not a racist by specifying an African-American actor for some minor authority figure, such as a judge or mayor, and giving him one line to speak.

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