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Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 We Need to Talk about Cultural Appropriation : Why Lionel Shriver's Speech Touched a Nerve
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'Is it OK for white writers to take on a black voice? The protest that followed the American novelist’s address in Brisbane has cast new light on one of culture’s hottest debates – one that has hundreds of years of backstory and has reverberated through literature, rap, rock and Hollywood movies.'

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