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Hannah-Jones, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, hosts the docuseries. The six episodes, titled “Democracy,” “Race,” “Music,” “Capitalism,” “Fear” and “Justice,” expand on the essays from Hannah-Jones’ best-selling book.
Hannah-Jones and Winfrey are executive producers of The 1619 Project, along with Oscar-winning director Roger Ross Williams; Peabody Award-winner Shoshana Guy, Caitlin Roper — an editor of The 1619 Project and NYT executive producer for film and television — and Kathleen Lingo, NYT editorial director for film and television.
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There are inevitable psychological scars that all people need to address once they reach adulthood. Whether tackled through therapy, medication, meditation, music, exercise, supplements or any other means, The Rose came to learn that they could address trauma as private individuals and members of their chart-topping Korean rock band. The quartet says their new, record-breaking album Heal is not just words of wisdom to share with fans but nightly mantras for themselves, too, while […]
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