Womxn of Color in TV History: Actor, Director, & Humanitarian: Phylicia Rashad.

Taste ATL: The Series is honoring Womxn of Color in TV History for Womxn’s History Month! Phylicia Rashad (Singer, Actor, Director, Humanitarian). Rashad, who received Emmy Award nominations in 1985 and 1986 for her role as Claire Huxtable on The Cosbys has been dubbed the “Mother of the Black Community.” She was the First Black Actress to win the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role in “A Raisin in the Sun.” That same role earned her the NAACP Image Award. Let’s give it up for for Phylica Rashad y’all!

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“There’s always something to suggest that you’ll never be who you wanted to be. Your choice is to take it or keep on moving.”

Phylicia Rashaad

Phylicia Rashad getting ready to watch Coming 2 America!

Who are your favorite Womxn of Color in TV History? Taste ATL: The Series  is celebrating the womxn who have influenced us through television and media for Womxn’s History Month!  We’ll be asking the cast who their faves are too! Let’s #breakthescreen and show off the magically melanated womxn who paved the way and continue to for Womxn of Color!

Check out our features  all week long on EdibleWordz.com! Next Feature: Actor, Writer, Producer & Comedian Wanda Sykes.

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