TransLash, a 4-part docuseries examines what it’s like to transition genders at a time of social backlash. Following journalist and host Imara Jones through key moments in her gender journey, TransLash will feature a number of interviews including leader
Jorge Rivas of Splinter takes on the immigration crackdown and the terrible conditions of those detained.
The homophobic Tweet of a CrossFit executive during Pride Month was the wrong move.
The New York Women’s Foundation has pledged $1 million to support the work of #MeToo founder Tarana Burke. Ana Oliveira, President and CEO, tells us why.
Foreign Black travel is more important now as ever says Renee Jackson who left her job to circle the globe for a year.
Neuroscientist Princess Ojiaku and Katrina Jones of Vimeo discuss how to diversify tech from VR content creation to the corporate suites.
In the season finale of The Last Sip we discuss the latest on immigration, the future of technology and people of color, Black travel, and philanthropy.
Are recent dramatic White House moves simply chaotic or part of a broader 2018 electoral strategy? We explore the topic Tiffany Cross, Managing Editor of The Beat.
Pop-culture guru Patrick Riley sits down to talk about the glass-shattering nature of FX’s Pose with the largest cast in transgender history.
Caden Davis, a trans solider in the Florida National Guard, discusses the personal impact of the Trump Administration’s ban on trans men and women from serving.
Raquel Willis of the Transgender Law Center tell us how trans people in the US are coming under renewed assault and how communities are fighting back.
In our Pride Month kickoff program, we focus on the current state of trans rights in the US, the premiere of FX’s groundbreaking Pose, and the latest in 2018 electoral politics.
thelastsipadmin have not any favourite Video yet!