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The Atlantic
Am I Typecast?
February 15, 2017
For 160 years, The Atlantic has challenged themselves and their readers to overturn assumptions, reexamine long-held truths and confront the status quo. The Atlantic believes that the importance of questioning your long-held beliefs and answers has become undervalued in a crucially important time for our country. Our campaign idea was to have notable personalities demonstrate this by asking themselves a tough personal question. Michael K. Williams (an American actor born in a Brooklyn ghetto), launched the campaign with our film, "Typecast." In it, multiple Michaels debate if there’s a reason why he’s been frequently cast as a gangster.
For 160 years, The Atlantic has challenged themselves and their readers to overturn assumptions, reexamine long-held truths and confront the status quo. The Atlantic believes that the importance of questioning your long-held beliefs and answers has become undervalued in a crucially important time for ...
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