Amna Nawaz on journalism, identity and representation

Amna Nawaz made history at PBS as the first Muslim American and daughter of Pakistani immigrants to sit in the anchor chair at “NewsHour.” On Monday, March 27 at 11:00 a.m. ET, join The Post’s Arelis R. Hernández for a conversation with Nawaz about identity, representation and her hopes for the next generation of journalists.

By Washington Post LiveMarch 27, 2023

Richard Parsons on tackling inequities in venture capital and finance

Richard Parsons, former CEO of Time Warner and chair of Citigroup, helped launch Equity Alliance to invest in minority and female-led venture funds. On Thursday, March 23 at 4:00 p.m. ET, Parsons joins Jonathan Capehart, associate editor at The Washington Post, to discuss the fund’s goal to “democratize” capital through investing and mentoring.

By Washington Post LiveMarch 23, 2023

FIT’s Elena Romero and Elizabeth Way celebrate 50 years of hip-hop fashion

The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology is examining the evolution of hip-hop style with its latest exhibit, “Fresh, Fly, and Fabulous.” On Thursday, March 16 at 10:00 a.m. ET, co-curators Elena Romero and Elizabeth Way join Washington Post Live to discuss how hip-hop and fashion gave rise to new forms of creative expression for Black and Brown youth.

By Washington Post LiveMarch 16, 2023

Jason Robertson on breaking records and barriers in the NHL

NHL All-Star Jason Robertson has broken records as a leading goal scorer and barriers as the second person of Filipino heritage to play in the league’s history. On Tuesday, Feb. 28 at 3:30 p.m. ET, the Dallas Stars left winger joins The Post’s Nicole Dungca to speak about his breakout year, the new generation of rising Asian American athletes and the impact of representation.

By Washington Post LiveFebruary 28, 2023

Oakland, Calif., mayor on breaking barriers in the Hmong community

Oakland, Calif. Mayor Sheng Thao, the daughter of refugees, is the first Hmong American to lead a major U.S. city. On Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 1:30 p.m. ET, Thao discusses issues facing her city, her groundbreaking election and the legacy of Hmong communities in the United States.

By Washington Post LiveFebruary 21, 2023