Can Tarzan move past its racist history?
A white man raised by apes is somehow still more relatable than actual Africans — in Africa
Tarzan was created back in 1912 by author Edgar Rice Burroughs and is a product of a racist past. The real question, according to journalist Derek McGinty, is not whether old school Tarzan is racist, it’s whether he can be cleaned up and rehabilitated for modern sensibilities?
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