Drama series Little Fires Everywhere addresses knotty issues of class and race

A still from Little Fires Everywhere starring Kerry Washington (left) and Reese Witherspoon. PHOTO: AMAZON PRIME VIDEO
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LOS ANGELES - The drama series Little Fires Everywhere was made before the recent death of Mr George Floyd sparked unprecedented protests and debates over race relations in America.

But the show, which stars Reese Witherspoon and Kerry Washington, touches on many of the same hot-button topics of race and privilege with its tale of two women, one white and one black, whose lives become intertwined.

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