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- Steph Curry Writes Response To Letter From 9-Year-Old Questioning Lack of Girl Sizes From His Shoe Collection
Sponsored by Under Armour, Curry responds to handwritten letter asking the questions that need answers- November 30, 2018
- Power of the Pen: Meek Mill Pens Essay For New York Times
Released from jail this April, the rapper talks prisoner rights and reform in opinion piece for New York Times.- November 28, 2018
- Be The Change You Want To See: Stevante Clark To Run For Mayor of Sacramento
Brother of Stephon Clark who was killed by Sacramento police earlier this year plans to run for Mayor in 2020- November 26, 2018
What is particularly special about the hosts of A Seat at the Table are the varying perspectives we witness.
Denene Millner, New York Times best-selling author is an award-winning journalist whose insight and expertise have grounded her in the world of entertainment, parenting, social media and book publishing. Millner has solidified her position having written 27 books to date including Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, co-written with Steve Harvey. “Doing television has always been a dream of mine; I thought my time had come and gone, but here I am, at almost 50, doing a TV talk show that is directly aligned with what I’m most passionate about—Black women, race and personal growth, self-love and reflection. Even more of a treat: I get to take this journey with two brilliant, thoughtful, beautiful women who just, like, get it.”
What is it like having a seat at the table?