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This week Tavis launched his "Ending Poverty: America's Silent Spaces" campaign, and talks to Ginia Bellafante, the New York Times writer about food stamps and poverty in the city.
Tavis also spoke with musician Christian McBride about an event being held at the Appollo Theatre in Harlem to honor James Brown.
Tavis Talks: Ginia Bellafante. Tavis Smiley kicks off his new poverty initiative, titled "Ending Poverty: America's Silent Spaces" with an interview with New York Times writer Ginia Bellafante, who has written several scathing stories about poverty in New York City.
This week, Nathan Englander on his new collection of stories; Julie Bosman has notes from the field; Roberta Smith talks about the German artist Martin Kippenberger; Ginia Bellafante introduces the latest Big City Book Club; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Sam Tanenhaus is the host.
This week, Deborah Soloman on a new biography of Vincent Van Gogh; Ginia Bellafante on the latest selection of the Big City Book Club; the Times’s national legal correspondent, John Schwartz explains his preference for audiobooks; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Sam Tanenhaus is the host.
Randall Kennedy’s “The Persistence of the Color Line”; Ginia Bellafante on the Big City Book Club; b
This week, Harvard scholar Randall Kennedy discusses racial politics in America in his new book, “The Persistence of the Color Line”; columnist Ginia Bellafante talks about the new Big City Book Club at the Times; Julie Bosman has notes from the field; and Jennifer Schuessler has best-seller news. Sam Tanenhaus is the host.
Harvard scholar Randall Kennedy, columnist Ginia Bellafante, Julie Bosman and Jennifer Schuessler. S
This week, Harvard scholar Randall Kennedy discusses racial politics in America in his new book, “The Persistence of the Color Line”; columnist Ginia Bellafante talks about the new book club she’s starting at the Times; Julie Bosman has notes from the field; and Jennifer Schuessler has best-seller news. Sam Tanenhaus is the host.
This week's show is all about building a powerful vision for your life and then moving into it. Co-Hosts Gina and Ronda will share their experiences adn give you a roadmap so you can build the best year ever!
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