The inspiring journey of Viola Davis: how she became an award-winning actress and advocate
- 2. A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy.
- 6. The state in which access to rights or opportunities is unaffected by gender.
- 8. Having the effect of inspiring someone.
- 11. An annual American awards ceremony honoring cinematic achievements in the film industry.
- 13. Undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition.
- 16. Difficulties; misfortune.
- 17. Hold (someone or something) in very high regard; think or speak very highly of.
- 19. The American motion-picture industry.
- 20. The action of speaking or acting on behalf of someone or the state of being so represented.
- 1. The quality or fact of being very determined; determination.
- 3. A performing arts conservatory in New York City that offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in dance, drama, and music.
- 4. A play by American playwright August Wilson, later adapted into a movie starring Viola Davis and Denzel Washington.
- 5. An American actress and producer known for her powerful performances on stage, television, and film.
- 7. Bring to light.
- 9. A large farm or estate, usually in a tropical or subtropical country, on which crops are grown, typically with the labor of resident workers.
- 10. An award or privilege granted as a special honor or acknowledgment of merit.
- 12. The state of being diverse; variety.
- 14. Filled with or showing great emotion.
- 15. Relating to race.
- 18. A roughly built hut or cabin.