Experience the world premiere virtual screening of Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer. From award-winning journalist DeNeen Brown and acclaimed director Dawn Porter, the documentary film comes one hundred years after the two-day Tulsa Massacre in 1921 that led to the murder of hundreds of Black people and left thousands homeless and displaced.
In Conversation with Zach Braff
In Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, Kloots—a host for CBS’s “The Talk” and a celebrity fitness trainer—reflects on life with her husband, a Broadway star and Tony-nominee whose public battle with Covid-19 and tragic death made headlines around the world.
With Anna Deavere Smith, Clint Smith, Vann R. Newkirk II, and Gillian B. White
In a conversation for Juneteenth, contributors to The Atlantic’s “Inheritance” project about American history, Black life, and the resilience of memory share reflections on their writing to surface Black history that has been intentionally obscured, and shake our national memory.
Book Club with Kayleen Schaefer
In But You’re Still So Young, journalist Kayleen Schaefer employs data research and hundreds of interviews to reveal how today’s thirtysomethings are living their lives in ways that upend the traditional checklist of becoming an adult in American society. Hear from Schaefer, ask her questions, and spend time in breakout groups to reflect on how the book relates to your own experiences.
Book Club with Rosie Danan
In The Intimacy Experiment, the rabbi of a failing synagogue joins forces with the founder of a sex-positive startup to host a buzzy seminar about modern intimacy to attract more millennials. It seems like the perfect solution—until they discover their growing attraction to each other and must put their syllabus to the test. Hear from author Rosie Danan, ask her questions, and spend time in breakout groups to reflect on the book’s themes.
With Margaret Glaspy
With his sophomore album Shape & Destroy, the Nashville-based documents his experience maintaining sobriety and finally facing the demons that led him to drug abuse in the first place.