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After 15 Years Of ‘Real Housewives,’ Bravo’s Wokest Fans Are Unintentionally Canceling The Network

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Fifteen years after the first “Real Housewives” franchise appeared on March 21, 2006, some of Bravo’s biggest fans are rendering the network’s brash reality fare impossible. Just this week, for instance, the network apologized for airing an episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta” that featured Kenya Moore dressed in Native American costume for Halloween. (Moore says she has Native American heritage.)

On Instagram, Bravo apologized for the episode, writing in part, “We had hoped it would provide a teachable moment, however in retrospect it is clear that the network did not address this properly given the gravity of the situation. We apologize to both the Native American community and our audience as a whole.”

Bravo is naturally a progressive network with a progressive fan base — even if that base doesn’t represent the broader audience. Emboldened, however, by the recent wave of social media activism, Bravo bloggers are tirelessly scrutinizing

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