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Othello is the one black character in all of Shakespeare's work, yet it wasn't until World War II that a black man took to the stage to play the role on Broadway. Jill Kaufman from WGBH in Boston reports on how Paul Robeson's Othello changed the world of the theater forever in America and how modern actors look at the part today.