Hollywood put up plenty of obstacles. 'Soul Food' still became a Black TV pioneer

By Greg Braxton | Los Angeles Times
Posted 6/30/20

Before "Power" surged, before "Empire" sang, before "Greenleaf" rejoiced, "Soul Food" cooked.

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