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January 27, 1995 | MIMI KO
To Father Richard Kennedy, it was in bad taste. A priest lusting over a woman in a confessional or chasing after nuns is out of bounds for a television comedy skit. That's what Kennedy said Thursday as he joined others at St. Mary's Church in Fullerton to protest against the Fox Network and its new show "House of Buggin' "-- which aired the sketch Sunday. "That scene was in very, very poor taste," Kennedy said during a press conference at his church.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1995 | MIMI KO
To Father Richard Kennedy, it was in bad taste. A priest lusting over a woman in a confessional or chasing after nuns is out of bounds for a television comedy skit. That's what Kennedy said Thursday as he joined others at St. Mary's Church in Fullerton to protest against the Fox Network and its new show "House of Buggin' "-- which aired the sketch Sunday. "That scene was in very, very poor taste," Kennedy said during a press conference at his church.
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January 21, 1995 | MIMI KO
A coalition of Orange County Latino and Asian community groups, students and educators is forming to urge producers of the new television comedy "House of Buggin' " to stop airing what they call offensive portrayals of ethnic minorities. "The show promotes racism and negative stereotypes," said Javier A. Cortez, a Latino rights advocate who is leading the coalition STAARS (Students, Teachers and Activists Against Racial Stereotypes).
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1995 | MIMI KO
A coalition of Orange County Latino and Asian community groups, students and educators is forming to urge producers of the new television comedy "House of Buggin' " to stop airing what they call offensive portrayals of ethnic minorities. "The show promotes racism and negative stereotypes," said Javier A. Cortez, a Latino rights advocate who is leading the coalition STAARS (Students, Teachers and Activists Against Racial Stereotypes).
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