Netflix’s “The Chair” is a single narrative

(L to R: Sandra Oh, Nana Menash, and Holland Taylor; photo: Netflix)

When The Chair, Netflix’s hot new mini-series about a university’s first-ever BIPOC chair of a department, came out, a friend posted a lamentation on the wall of a Facebook group we’re both a part of.

“This is hitting me and my writing partner hard,” she wrote. The premise and setting were similar to a pilot they’d…

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Diversity&Inclusion educator. Author, Pin Ups (9/20). Columnist, The Writer mag. theGooddirt.org; @gooddirt. Psst: Say “yeeshun.” You can do it!

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Yi Shun Lai

Yi Shun Lai

Diversity&Inclusion educator. Author, Pin Ups (9/20). Columnist, The Writer mag. theGooddirt.org; @gooddirt. Psst: Say “yeeshun.” You can do it!

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