Of course, two Black women are cementing John Lewis's legacy in the new documentary "Good Trouble."
In a recent interview, Carson opened up about being axed from the series after calling out Warner Bros. for neglecting the show in favor of 'Friends.'
“I was a fan of 'Living Single,' and was not implying 'Friends' was the first of its kind,” wrote Schwimmer.
Both shows were produced by Warner Bros., but we know which show got more investment.
The "Wu-Tang: An American Saga" actress says she's no longer waiting on roles, she's creating them.
"When he comes in a room you feel his presence," she told ESSENCE.
"When you invest in Black women, you're investing in yourself—if you're smart," said Bari Williams
And this is why representation matters.
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