MoMA presents a screening of Color Adjustment (1991)a film which explores the portrayals of African Americans on television, examining how the medium is an instrument for oppression, assimilation, and expression. Ruby Dee narrates this history, illustrated by archival footage of Amos and Andy, Good Times, and The Cosby Show, and enriched by testimonials from media and sociology scholars.

Sun, Dec 15
11 West 53 Street,
New York, NY 10019