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TV Star Diahann Carroll, 40 Years After 'Julia'

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TV Star Diahann Carroll, 40 Years After 'Julia'

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TV Star Diahann Carroll, 40 Years After 'Julia'

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of "Julia," the show that made Diahann Carroll the first black woman ever to star in her own television series. NPR's Farai Chideya talks with Diahann Carroll about her career and what "Julia" means to her today as part of our ongoing series "Living Legends."

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