Phylicia Rashad stars in Prime Video’s new thriller “Black Box.” The Tony Award winner says helping others is a great way to deal with a tumultuous 2020. (Oct. 2)
- Nolan Wright, involved in a car accident resulting in the death of his wife.
- Is there anyone else who can pick you up?
- She's running a little late today.
- And severe memory loss.
- If this happens again, we're going to have to notify child services.
- I believe that I can reverse your condition.
PHYLICIA RASHAD: There are opportunities to help people. That is a lifesaver, to help, you know, whether it's-- no matter how you do it. That's, that's a great thing. And then, there's a sunrise every morning and a sunset every evening. And when I think of it like that, I realize that, yes, with all the apparent insanity in the world, the inherent goodness of the world continues.
There is a change in the industry. I'm seeing it, not just for African-American people, but Native American people as well. And that, when it becomes this way, when I see diverse fullness, and I mean in its fullness, inclusivity of all people, that's when I know, oh yeah, we're really serious about this. Otherwise, it becomes a trend, but when we begin to really look at including everyone and enjoying that, because it makes viewing fuller, it makes life fuller, it broadens our understanding and experience of the world in which we live. And Louis Armstrong's song becomes so amazing. What a Wonderful World becomes so poignant and meaningful.