Soledad reflects on her appearance before a congressional subcommittee with co-panelist and director of the Tow Center for Digital Journalism Emily Bell.
Soledad takes a closer look at the increase in attacks against Asian Americans, particularly the elderly. Special guests are co-founder of Stop AAPI Hate Manjusha P Kulkarni and historian and author Dr Erika Lee.
Soledad discusses newsrooms, diversity and uncomfortable, but necessary, truth telling with special guest novelist, journalist and host of “Our Body Politic” Farai Chideya.
Soledad looks at how smaller businesses have fared during the pandemic, zeroing in on Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. Special guests are Talib Graves-Manns and Napoleon Wallace, managing partners at Partners in Equity.
How has representation changed with the election of Kamala Harris? Soledad discusses this with special guest Hari Kondabolu, comedian and podcast co-host of Politically Re-Active.
For years, global retail giant Amazon has come under fire for how workers are treated. This week, workers in Bessemer, Alabama, began voting by mail on whether to unionize. Special guest is Darryl Richardson, pro-union Amazon employee in Bessemer.
Soledad takes a deeper dive into how the NFL treats dementia claims differently among former white and Black football players. Special guest is Aitan Goelman, co-counsel for Najeh Davenport and Kevin Henry, who are suing the NFL.
Soledad discusses good journalism and vaccine rollout with special guest CD Davidson-Hiers, a reporter at the Tallahassee Democrat who gave her number out to senior citizens needing help getting appointments.
Special guest Dr. Ruth Ben-Ghiat, NYU professor and author of "Strongman: Mussolini to the present" tells Soledad that the American democracy is still fragile.
Soledad discusses how news outlets need to make serious changes to their newsrooms and priorities with special guest Karen Attiah, The Washington Post's Global Opinions Editor.