Critic Consensus: black-ish continues to push boundaries, but with a much more celebratory tone that seeks to educate as readily as it entertains.
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A successful family man worries that his children are losing touch with black culture because they are growing up in an affluent, mostly white neighbourhood.
as Andre "Dre" Johnson
as Rainbow Johnson
as Zoey Johnson
as Diane Johnson
as Andre Johnson Jr.
as Jack Johnson
as Mr. Stevens
as Charlie Telphy
as Connor Stevens
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Anyone who has watched previous seasons knows that when it comes to discussing race and politics, the writers don't play it safe, no matter how uncomfortable some people may feel. This first episode proves this season will be no different.
To put it plainly, last night's black-ish was lit. It was a full-on celebration of Black history and culture. It's going to be a hard act (literally) to follow for the rest of the season.
Black-ish using its broadcast network platform to help people understand Juneteenth is so important.
Dre sadly points out that the country's acknowledgement of Juneteenth wouldn't be a cure-all, but it would at least feel like an apology for everything black people have had to endure in America.
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