Gizmodo – An Animated Life explains how growing up middle class in Santa Barbara—away from the harsher Jim Crow deprivations in the South—let Norman live a life that most black folks couldn’t in the 1930s. Seeing Dumbo in a movie theater as a child inspired him to pursue animation as a life goal.
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