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Black Batwoman v. White Jesus

Untangling the images that shape our thinking

Superman and Batman Figures — Fun Fun Photo/Shutterstock

I haven’t really been much of a superhero fan since my childhood days, when Adam West played Batman, Lynda Carter played Wonder Woman, Christopher Reeves was Superman, and Michael Gray as Billy Batson in Shazam!

Of course, like most kids back then, I watched superhero cartoons every Saturday morning.




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Jeffrey Kass

Jeffrey Kass

Top Medium Writer — Racism and Diversity | Thought Leader On Race and Society| Award-Winning Author | Speaker | Latest Book: The Rona Diaries | Trainer | Lawyer

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