Tracee Ellis Ross On 'Black-ish' And 'The High Note' : Pop Culture Happy Hour On this bonus episode of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we bring you a conversation from our pal Sam Sanders. Sam recently had a wide-ranging conversation with the one and only Tracee Ellis Ross on his podcast It's Been A Minute. They talk about her work on Girlfriends, Black-ish, and the recent film The High Note--plus, what it's like to be a black creative right now.
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Tracee Ellis Ross On 'Black-ish' And 'The High Note'

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On this bonus episode of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour, we bring you a conversation from our pal Sam Sanders. Sam recently had a wide-ranging conversation with the one and only Tracee Ellis Ross on his podcast It's Been A Minute. They talk about her work on Girlfriends, Black-ish, and the recent film The High Note -- plus, what it's like to be a black creative right now.

This interview originally aired on It's Been A Minute with Sam Sanders from NPR.