Soledad takes another look at New York City developer Robert Moses and the history of segregation and infrastructure in the U.S. Special guest is historian, author and teacher Christopher Verga.
After reporting encouraging numbers of cases earlier this year, India is now the epicenter of COVID-19 deaths. Soledad sits down with special guest journalist Richa Sanwal, who personally chased down oxygen and medicine for her mom.
Very Opinionated with Soledad O'Brien dives into the symptoms, treatments and unknowns around COVID-19 "long haulers." Special guest is Insider Senior Coronavirus Reporter Aria Bendix.
Soledad gets personal with Uoma Beauty Founder and CEO Sharon Chuter, who has called out beauty brands for their lack of Black leadership.
Soledad explores how cities are tackling police reform, in light of the death of George Floyd. Special guest is Austin Council Member Greg Casar.
Soledad revisits the issue of anti-voting bills sweeping across states. Special guest is Myrna Perez, director of voting rights and elections at the Brennan Center for Justice.
A year later, Soledad revisits Seattle — the focus of her 2020 documentary “Outbreak” with special guest King County Executive Dow Constantine. Former police officer Cariole Horne, who was punished for intervening to save a man’s life, also joins Very Opinionated.
Not everyone is interested in ending hate, especially those who make a livelihood from promoting it. Soledad sits down with special guest Dr. Megan Squire, computer science professor and senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Soledad sits down with special guests Peter Mercurio and Danny Stewart to talk about their kid, Kevin, and Peter's new book "Our Subway Baby."
Soledad talks with former mayor Michael Tubbs about how his UBI program in Stockton, California, is inspiring other cities to follow suit.