Kenya Barris Spills on Working with Barack and Michelle Obama on We the People | The Tonight Show

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    Kenya Barris talks about the impact of his Juneteenth special, the decision to release new episodes of Black-ish during the peak of the pandemic and bringing civics to school in his animated music series We the People.

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