Kenya Barris

veteran television writer

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Veteran television writer of shows like The Game, and a creator of America's Next Top Model and Black-ish

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Black-ish creator Kenya Barris joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss utilizing his show as a conversation starter.

Kenya Barris: Black-ish

Black-ish creator Kenya Barris joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss utilizing his show as a conversation starter.

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Kenya Barris created the ABC sitcom  Black-ish , which follows Andre and Rainbow Johnson, a well-to-do black couple trying to raise four kids in a predominately white Southern…

Black-ish

Kenya Barris created the ABC sitcom Black-ish , which follows Andre and Rainbow Johnson, a well-to-do black couple trying to raise four kids in a predominately white Southern…

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