Open Phones with Taye Diggs
He was interviewed at the 2016 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, which took place at the Hancock Foundation building on the campus of the University of Southern California.
Taye Diggs talked about race in America and his children’s book, Mixed Me!. He also responded to viewer comments and questions.
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