Marcus Scribner plays the oldest son of Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross on "Black-ish." He sits down with Alyssa Julya Smith in Los Angeles to talk about the importance of the show and how it tackles racial relations in America. Scribner got his start in television at the age of 7 and now, 10 years later, he has a thriving career in comedy. The teenager is still attending school and calls himself a nerd, which he says is why he relates to his character. Scribner also talks about how "Black-ish" pertains to the country's current political climate. He explains that the show recently did an episode about Donald Trump, since it's trying to reflect how people are relating to and perceiving America in 2018. "Black-ish" airs on Tuesdays on ABC.

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