Blair Underwood

narrator, executive producer and Emmy-winning actor

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Once upon a time in America, there was a TV talk show that was unapologetically Black.

How Ellis Haizlip showed the complexity of Black culture on the 70s-era TV show ‘SOUL!’

Once upon a time in America, there was a TV talk show that was unapologetically Black.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Once upon a time in America, there was a TV talk show that was unapologetically Black.

How Ellis Haizlip showed the complexity of Black culture on the 70s-era TV show ‘SOUL!’

Once upon a time in America, there was a TV talk show that was unapologetically Black.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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