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In praise of 'Switched at Birth,' one of TV's most earnest shows

Mar 1, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

This week's episode of "Switched at Birth" saw increasing racial tension reach a boiling point at UMKC. It was a powerful, impassioned installment of the Freeform drama that grappled with the ongoing debate around safe spaces on college campuses and the purpose of protest.

"Switched at Birth" follows Bay Kennish and Daphne Vasquez, two girls who were separated from their biological families as infants because of a hospital error. The show has tackled a number of social issues, including

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