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Silence is Not an Option
America is in crisis right now. A lot of people want to help, but have no idea where to start. In our new podcast, we’re going to dig deep into the reality of being Black and brown in America, and explore what you can do to help find a path forward. We’ll have tough conversations with activists, artists, and thinkers about our nation’s deep racial divide. As we look for meaningful and lasting solutions, there is a lot to learn and unlearn.  These conversations are going to be challenging—even uncomfortable—but they’re important. Because this time, we get to rebuild America 
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Ratings & Reviews
3.9 stars from 7,205 ratings
Lemon is scum
Avoid this piece of crap
WillviciousMyrtleBeach via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/07/21
More Marxism
Leftist Marxism. Don’t waste your time.
Taken it Slow... via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/11/21
America's National Hymn
I have loved "Lift Every Voice and Sing" since I was a child. My mother played the organ, and sang it to us, and we learned to sing it. We are a white family who have always lived in integrated neighborhood, and went to school with people of all colors. We sang it at school starting in...Read full review »
Saagaadaa <:3)~ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/05/21
Recent Episodes
Everyone’s heard the story of Rosa Parks, but few know of Claudette Colvin, the 15-year-old girl who was arrested in 1955 for refusing to give up her seat to a White passenger... nine months before Parks. So why wasn’t she the face of the movement? Don Lemon explores Colvin’s life and legacy...
Published 06/10/21
Change doesn’t happen without taking risks, without fearless activists who stand up for what’s right even when it’s uncomfortable. This season, Don shares the stories of those who used their fame to shine a light on injustice like Harry Belafonte and Eartha Kitt. But you will also hear the...
Published 06/04/21
The so-called Black National Anthem was composed in 1900, and it’s provided a soundtrack to Black life ever since. For this special Black History Month episode, CNN’s Don Lemon speaks with Rep. James Clyburn, historian Prof. Imani Perry, and Howard University choir conductor Eric Poole about the...
Published 02/11/21
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