For months, religious leaders and state and federal government agencies have been debating about how to take care of Americans. Last week, the US Supreme Court and Pope Francis weighed in. Special guest is Reverend Dr Jamesetta Ferguson, senior pastor at St Peter's United Church of Christ in Louisville, Kentucky and CEO and President of the MOLO Village Community Development Corporation.
In light of President-elect Joe Biden's new Cabinet nominations, Soledad takes a deeper dive on white supremacy, the number one security threat in the U.S. Special guests are author and ageism activist Ashton Applewhite, and Free Radicals Project founder, author and former white supremacist Christian Picciolini.
Health care is expensive in the U.S., and the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed how vulnerable all Americans are. Special guest is Dr. Juliet Widoff, internist and co-founder of Healthcare for the People.
Schools across the country are grappling with how to deliver quality education during a pandemic, but special needs kids are falling behind the most. Soledad O'Brien gets personal about her son with special guest Shanice Lyons-Linares, mother of a special needs kid.
Positive cases and deaths from COVID-19 are spiking across the United States, meaning more stress on essential workers. Special guests are Brian Castrucci, president and CEO of the De Beaumont Foundation, and Mark Anthony Espinoza, a cleaner at a Long Island City, Queens public school and shop steward for 32BJ SEIU.
President Trump continues to refuse election results, and many GOP leaders are following along. Special guest is Republican Strategist Bruce Mehlman.
Soledad and her panel break down what major news outlets did right -- and wrong -- in their coverage of the 2020 elections. Special guests are Vice News reporter Alexis Johnson and Eric Boehlert, founder and editor of Pressrun.media.
With the exception of the Latino American vote, most polls in the US were wildly off. What went wrong? Special guests are Author and American University Professor W. Joseph Campbell, Washington Post Contributing Columnist Lizette Alvarez and Washington Post Reporter Arelis Hernandez.
Black women voters are a force at the polls, yet they're routinely discarded by candidates who need their votes to win. Special guest is Martha S Jones, professor at Johns Hopkins and author of "Vanguard: How Black Women Broke Barriers, Won the Vote and Insisted on Equality for All."
Soft racism is all around us, too often spilling from the mouths of top politicians and advisors determining policies and opportunities for Americans. Special guest is Ruben Gallego, US Representative from Arizona.