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Why America Needs The Breakfast Club

In 1985, John Hughes gathered five diverse high-schoolers together for a Saturday detention and proved to the world that we’re not all as different as we think. His creative genius, The Breakfast Club, was a coming-of-age drama that brought an evolving, individualistic, American culture into the mainstream. Yet thirty years later, we are still stuck in the same cultural stereotypes. As we wade into the murky water surrounding our upcoming presidential election, America has again become consumed by labels—our country is drowning in […]

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