The popular actress and founder of the Cancer Schmancer Movement talks about her upcoming Women’s Health Summit at the Skirball Center in Los Angeles.
The scholar, writer, and documentarian talks about his film and new companion book, African Independence.
The Slovenian philosopher and cultural critic discusses the harm that political correctness is doing to society.
The contributing writer for The Nation magazine talks about his new book about the current struggle for voting rights, titled Give Us the Ballot.
The Green Party presidential candidate talks about the platform of her 2016 run for the White House.
The award-winning New Orleanian artist recites his powerful poem, “Greater than Hurricanes,” commemorating the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
The Emmy-winning actor reflects on his career, discusses his new projects, and shares on his advocacy for the autism community.
The prolific filmmaker discusses his two thought-provoking short films, Racism Is Real and White Riots.
Part two of our conversation with the influential rap artist about how Hip-Hop music can be used as a tool for political and social change.
In part one of a two-part conversation, the prolific rapper discusses Hip-Hop music’s ability to be used as a tool of protest, empowerment, and social change.