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  • Amna Nawaz on journalism, identity and representation
    Washington Post national correspondent Arelis Hernández speaks with Amna Nawaz, who made history at PBS as the first Muslim American and daughter of Pakistani immigrants to sit in the anchor chair at “NewsHour,” about identity, representation and her hopes for the next generation of journalists.
  • Experts and advocates on a new survey about the transgender experience in America
    Washington Post national health disparities reporter Akilah Johnson speaks with Minneapolis City Council president Andrea Jenkins and Montana state Rep. Zooey Zephyr join Washington Post Live to discuss the findings of a new survey conducted by The Washington Post and KFF about the realities transgender Americans face across the political spectrum. Conversation recorded on Friday, March 24, 2023.
  • First Look with The Post’s Jonathan Capehart, Dan Balz, E.J. Dionne and Jennifer Rubin
    On Washington Post Live’s “First Look,” associate editor Jonathan Capehart speaks with The Post’s Dan Balz, E.J. Dionne and Jennifer Rubin about a possible Donald Trump indictment, the Fed's interest rate hikes, TikTok CEO's contentious testimony before Congress and Xi Jinping’s Russia trip.
  • Chef Sophia Roe on global food insecurity and diversifying the culinary space
    Washington Post pop culture reporter Helena Andrews-Dyer speaks with Sophia Roe, a James Beard Award-winning chef and Emmy-nominated TV host of the Tastemade series “Counter Space,” about combining her cooking expertise with her food advocacy. Next, Andrews-Dyer hosts a roundtable discussion with The Post’s Camila DeChalus and Tatum Hunter as they break down the TikTok CEO’s congressional testimony and continued questions about the platform’s impact on national security.
  • Reworking work in the post-pandemic economy
    Washington Post journalists Cat Zakrzewski, Abha Bhattarai and Dave Jorgenson speak with Everette Taylor, CEO of Kickstarter, Lynn Perry Wooten, president of Simmons University, and David and Jonah Stillman, co-authors of “Gen Z @ Work,” about the restructuring of work in the post-pandemic economy. Conversation recorded on Wednesday, March 22, 2023.

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