In the season finale, Soledad takes a look back at some of the most memorable interviews.
Survivors of the 1921 Tulsa Massacre are seeking justice from the city in a new lawsuit. Soledad revisits her interview with Portia Hurtt and Anneliese Bruner, descendants of author and survivor Mary Parrish.
Soledad sits down with Casey Douma and Keegan King, co-chairs for the All Pueblo Council of Governors Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee, to talk about the history of Native Americans being excluded from mapmaking and redistricting.
Soledad sits down to talk about the rising demand for tele-veterinary care and the shortage of veterinarians with Brandy Kuentzel, senior vice president and general counsel at the San Francisco SPCA.
Soledad sits down with award-winning trumpeter and composer Terence Blanchard, to discuss "Fire Shut Up in My Bones," playing at the Met Opera. The new opera is inspired by columnist and TV anchor Charles Blow's 2014 memoir of the same name.
Companies are increasingly going after cheap, inexperienced labor in lieu of experienced workers, leaving a lot of Americans financially insecure and struggling. Soledad sits down with legendary journalist and author Ray Suarez, host of the new podcast series, "Going for Broke."
Soledad sits down with Tarana Burke, the founder of the Me Too movement, to talk about her work and her new memoir, "Unbound: My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement."
Following the 12th death of an inmate in Rikers custody this year, there's growing demands to address living conditions in the prison and shut it down sooner. Soledad sits down with Wendell Pittman, whose brother died in custody in 2017, and the family lawyer, Joshua Kelner.
Former police deputy Michael Davis is being charged with manslaughter after shooting unarmed white teenager, Hunter Brittain, last summer. Soledad sits down with Hunter's uncle, Jesse Brittain, and family lawyer Ben Crump, who are fighting against qualified immunity.
Soledad talks a look at the near-total abortion ban that Governor Greg Abbott just signed into law. Special guest is Dr. Bethany Everett, a professor of both sociology and obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Utah.