Stan Lee spent a lifetime condemning racism, most prominently through the heroes in his comic books

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  • Stan Lee, the founder of Marvel Comics, died at the age of 95 on Monday. 
  • Lee spent a lifetime condemning racism, most prominently via the heroes in his comic books. 
  • I always felt the X-Men, in a subtle way, often touched upon the subject of racism and inequality, and I believe that subject has come up in other titles, too,” Lee said in a 2016 interview. 

Stan Lee spent a lifetime condemning racism and hatred, including via the heroes in his comic books. 

Lee, the founder of Marvel Comics, died at the age of 95 on Monday. 

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