The '70s sitcom All in the Family is often dismissed today as "that show about the bigot" by Millennials and members of Gen Z who have never watched it. That's a shame, because more than any other television program in the history of the medium this controversial classic forced families across the country to think about, talk about, argue about and form opinions about a host of issues that remain central to our society today, especially racism, sexism and homophobia in their many forms.
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