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Entertainment Oprah Winfrey to Host ‘Where Do We Go From Here?’ Special With Black Thought Leaders

07:16  05 june  2020
07:16  05 june  2020 Source:   rollingstone.com

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Oprah Winfrey will lead a conversation with black thought leaders, activists and artists next week called OWN Spotlight: Where Do We Go From Here?, Variety reports.

The two-night special will air on the host’s OWN channel on June 9th and 10th at 9pm ET and will also be simulcast across the network’s parent company Discovery’s 18 other networks.

FILE - This Feb. 8, 2020 file photo shows Oprah Winfrey speaking at © Brad Barket/Invision/AP FILE - This Feb. 8, 2020 file photo shows Oprah Winfrey speaking at "Oprah's 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus" tour in New York. Winfrey says she’s playing it safe when it comes to the rapidly spreading coronavirus. The 66-year-old entertainment icon said that she has been quarantining and practicing social distancing at her home. Winfrey has been busy working despite being stuck at home. She interviewed actor Idris Elba, who tested positive for the coronavirus, through FaceTime for an episode of "Oprah Talks: COVID-19" on Apple TV. (Photo by Brad Barket/Invision/AP, File)

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Where Do We Go from Here : Chaos or Community? is a 1967 book by African-American minister, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, and social justice campaigner Martin Luther King, Jr. Advocating for human rights and a sense of hope, it was King's fourth and last book before his assassination.

Winfrey provides leadership in programming and attracts superstar talent to join her in primetime, building a global community of like-minded viewers and leading that community to connect on social media and beyond. Rabbi Friedman - The Soul and the Afterlife: Where Do We Go From Here ?

The special comes in the wake of George Floyd’s killing by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25th and the ensuing protests against systemic racism and police brutality that have followed throughout the country since.

“I’ve been having private conversations with friends and thought leaders about what’s next and where we go from here,” Winfrey said in a statement via Variety. “I thought it would be both of interest and service to bring their ideas, concerns and comments into a national spotlight.”

Politician Stacey Abrams, journalist Charles M. Blow, Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, filmmaker Ava DuVernay, professor and author Jennifer Eberhardt, journalist and founder of the “1619 Project” Nikole Hannah-Jones, historian and author Ibram Kendi, actor David Oyelowo, Color of Change founder Rashad Robinson and NAACP national board member Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II are among the guests who will participate in the conversation.

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Although Oprah Winfrey ended the iconic Oprah Winfrey Show in 2011, her empire marches on, leading to her reported .8 billion net worth. She also launched television production company Harpo Inc., making her the first black person, and the third woman to control her own major studio.

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