Viola Davis On 'Widows'; Race And Power in Hollywood It's Tuesday: 'All Things Considered' host Audie Cornish joins Sam to share her conversation with Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis, recorded on stage at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Audie and Viola talk about her new film, 'Widows,' and the harsh reality of being a black leading woman in Hollywood.
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Viola Davis On 'Widows'; Race And Power in Hollywood

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Viola Davis On 'Widows'; Race And Power in Hollywood

Viola Davis On 'Widows'; Race And Power in Hollywood

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In Widows, Viola Davis turns to a life of crime after her husband dies in a botched bank robber Twentieth Century Fox hide caption

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In this episode, All Things Considered host Audie Cornish shares a conversation with Academy Award-winning actress Viola Davis, recorded live on stage at the 92nd Street Y in New York City. Davis talks about her new film, Widows, and about the harsh reality of success as an African-American woman in Hollywood.