http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365238629/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseThe Grammy winners discuss their counter-culture history and reuniting for new projects.
/episodes/get/12613/episode/12613Tavis Smiley: Comic duo Cheech Marin & Tommy Chong/episode-player/12613
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365236480/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseThe veteran broadcaster recounts lessons learned from her incredible journey, as told in her memoir, "Everybody's Got Something."
/episodes/get/12614/episode/12614Tavis Smiley: 'GMA' anchor Robin Roberts/episode-player/12614
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365235642/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseThe broadcast veteran weighs in on the Donald Sterling scandal and shares his thoughts on racism and segregation in 2014.
/episodes/get/12615/episode/12615Tavis Smiley: Talk show host Larry King/episode-player/12615
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365230855/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseThe hip-hop visionary talks about his successful career and the 20th anniversary of the release of his landmark album, "Illmatic."
/episodes/get/12517/episode/12517Tavis Smiley: Hip-hop artist Nas/episode-player/12517
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365224849/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseCash explains why her latest effort, "The River & The Thread," is a marked departure from her earlier work.
/episodes/get/12440http://wgby.org/episode/12440Tavis Smiley: Singer-songwriter Rosanne Cash/episode-player/12440
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365097277/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseAcclaimed as much for writing plays as for her acting, Gurira—one of the stars of "The Walking Dead"—reflects on her role in the new indie film, "Mother of George."
/episodes/get/10567http://wgby.org/episode/10567Tavis Smiley: Actress-playwright Danai Gurira/episode-player/10567
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365031963/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseCrenshaw and Levitt assess the Supreme Court’s affirmative action ruling and issues in other major cases awaiting decisions./episodes/get/9588http://wgby.org/episode/9588Tavis Smiley: Law professors Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw & Justin Levitt/episode-player/9588
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2341119226/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseThe pioneering advocate and "Radical" author offers lessons learned in her efforts to reform schools in the U.S.
/episodes/get/8960http://wgby.org/episode/8960Tavis Smiley: Education activist Michelle Rhee/episode-player/8960
http://video.pbs.org/widget/partnerplayer/2365166738/?player=WGBY-PBS&w=512&h=288&chapterbar=true&autoplay=falseFreedman and Harris share the backstory of the tale told in the book, "Breaking the Line: The Season in Black College Football That Transformed the Sport and Changed the Course of Civil Rights."/episodes/get/11657http://wgby.org/episode/11657Tavis Smiley: NFL pioneer James Harris & writer Sam Freedman/episode-player/11657
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