Scott Snyder of The Council on Foreign Relations discusses whether a formal end to the 65 year old Korean War is possible after the meeting between the presidents of North and South Korea.
Dr. Carolyn West discusses how the history of sexual assault against black women in the U.S. reverberates in the present.
Dr. Treva Lindsey lays out how Bill Cosby’s conviction was made possible through decades of activism by Black women.
The end of Scandal marked a historic moment for Black women in TV, Imara takes us through why.
Imara talk about how a warming planet can gentrification with Caroline Lewis of Miami’s The Cleo Institute.
Bombs in Syria and dramatic moves with North Korea are all taking place against the backdrop of falling poll numbers for Trump. To take us through what it means Imara sits down with BBC US Political Analyst, Eric. Ham.
Is the US sending the wrong message to Syria with bombs and how are women and girls the answer to that war? Imara sits down with Jamille Bigio of The Council for Foreign Relations to answer these questions.
Imara talks fossil fuel divestment as a tool to protect those hardest hit hit by climate change, name people of color in the US and around the world, with Thanu Yakupitiyage of 350.org.
This week on The Last Sip, Imara talks Syria, Trump legal woes, climate change’s impact on communities of color, and the end of “Scandal.”
Rashad Robinson, Executive Director of ColorOfChange speaks out on the Starbucks arrest controversy with Imara Jones, host of The Last Sip.
Janelle Monet strikes a blow against misogyny with “PYNK” by encouraging women to let all of themselves just hang out.
Glenn Greenwald of The Intercept and Professor Erica Williams of Spelman College discuss the latest on the assassination of Brazilian Councillor Marielle Franco and it’s importance for women of color around the world.
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