Tavis revisits past conversations with the pioneering and esteemed poet, writer, civil rights activist and professor.
Tavis pays tribute to one of the most influential literary voices of the 20th century.
The international media mogul unpacks her latest text, Thrive, an exploration of the pursuit of two traditional metrics of success—money and power.
The writer and Wall Street veteran examines the genealogy of American power, about which she writes in her latest text, All the Presidents’ Bankers.
The multiple Grammy winner talks about his latest CD, “Fly Rasta,” and his debut children’s book.
President of the foundation named after his brother, slain civil rights worker Andrew, Goodman recalls memories of Freedom Summer 1964.
The self-described writer-turned-activist shares startling backstories of her groundbreaking text, Burning Down the House, an indictment of the juvenile justice system.
Katz shares tales from his first-hand account on post-earthquake Haiti, The Big Truck That Went By, and gives an update on the bungled recovery efforts.
Nader, who has instigated many consumer reforms that Americans now take for granted, reviews points from his latest text, Unstoppable.
The four-time Emmy winner unpacks her latest text, It Ain’t Over… Till It’s Over, about inspirational women who’ve reinvented themselves.