Sunday’s Academy Awards was championed by many for its diversity. The program had big wins for people of color. Quite a few also presented awards. The NewsOne team hit the streets of New York City for the latest in our “On the Corner” series to ask people how they felt about the show and the Academy Awards as an institution. Their answers might surprise you.
Check out more of our “On the Corner” series:
- On The Corner: What Do Blacks Think About Our Image In The Media?
- How Can Black People Achieve True Wealth?
- Trayvon Martin Supporters Take Over NYC’s Union Square
- On The Corner: Whitney Houston Funeral In Newark
- 12-Year-Old Leads March Against Gun Violence & Drugs In Harlem
[WATCH] What Black Americans Think About the Oscars was originally published on newsone.com
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