The new shows are about all kinds of different subjects—from hunting for jobs to hunting super villains—but one thing they have in common is that each has an African-American creator with a distinct voice. Donald Glover is the creator and star of “Atlanta,” a show about a Princeton dropout who manages a rising hip-hop star. He honed his comedic perspective as a writer on the sitcom “30 Rock,” as a standup comic, and as a rapper under the stage name Childish Gambino.

One of the authors of the article says, “It’s impressive to see varied perspectives, …but we have a long way to go.”

I thought this was a great story about how racial tensions can be resolved through more broadcasting of different cultures.