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"But it really doesn't do us any service to feel like finally one of our women is taking one of their men.This is a Romeo and Juliet type tale based in Detroit, Michigan.Two young men, Zack, a white teen accused of "acting black" and Dee, an African American teen, defy racial lines and form a strong friendship.On one hand, not mentioning race or not making it the focus is progress.Perhaps a good portion of America is reaching a post-racial mindset and love stories can be bigger than the race of the people in love. Virginia in 1967," says Robert Thompson, founding director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University.