It’s one of the big unfinished business in the United States. Despite the equal rights laws passed in the 1960s, racial discrimination remains a constant. This is confirmed by the inequality between blacks and whites, the excessive number of people of African American race filling the prisons, or the constant incidents by US police with innocent people who become suspects because of the color of their skin. The arrival of the platforms has multiplied the series dealing with these problems. Sometimes from drama, others from comedy, the series has become a grand window of denunciation of an uncomfortable reality. In this week’s episode of The SerialistJosé Manuel Romero and Pepa Blanes have compiled the list of the ten most outstanding series dealing with “black power”, racial discrimination and the persistence of racial inequalities.
In earlier chapters ofand The Serialist, the format has addressed other issues, such as B. the best serial gastronomic dishes; the great electoral races of fiction; the best proposals for epic fantasy with the fight between Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings; the best horror series to hide under the covers; the 10 best sports series with the best of the best from football, basketball or hockey; back to school, with the 10 best series about returning to everyday life after the summer is over; the 10 best series on LGTBI issues; the 10 best series of the Emmy Awards or the 10 best series of high politics, in which spies and politicians are the main actors.