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Key & Peele’ Ends While Nation Could Still Use a Laugh

New York Times

For the wider audience hungry for culture that puts racial issues prominently in the foreground, it is particularly vexing that the comedians would choose this delicate time to make their imminent (though not permanent) departure.

“These voices are so needed, and when they’re not there, you really feel it,” said Donovan X. Ramsey, a fellow at Demos, a public policy organization that works in part to promote racial equality.

“When President Obama is on TV, seemingly every other week, talking about something that’s racialized and there’s no representation of that in the culture, it really feels like a loss,” Mr. Ramsey said.