Author and Historian Ibram X. Kendi
Author and Journalist Tim Spofford, Kenneth and Mamie Clark, Kenneth Clark performing the infamous Doll Test
Fordham Law Professor and author Dr. Tanya Katerí Hernández
South African President and activist Nelson Mandela Photographer: John Parkin from Associated Press
Atlanta Civil Rights Financier Norris Herndon and the Herndon family
Activist Daniel Banks
NY Times Best Selling Children's Author, Tami Charles.

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I SEE U, Episode 70: Seeing (Me) Is Believing with New York Times best-selling author Tami Charles [Encore]

Posted on · New York Times best-selling author, Tami Charles, acknowledges some improvement, but says there still exists a large diversity gap in children’s book publishing-adding that this disparity directly impacts both the over- and under-represented groups in our society. This episode is an encore of the January 14, 2023 original broadcast.

University of Texas at Austin professor, Author of Civil War By Other Means, historian and host of the This is Democracy podcast, Jeremi Suri
Mayor Sylvester Turner

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I SEE U, Episode 101: Sylvester Turner: Mayor of Heaven, Hell and Houston [Encore]

Posted on · Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner sits down with I SEE U inside of his office for an unguarded chat about how he led the nation’s fourth largest city through a global pandemic, historic flooding, violent crime, homelessness and notions of racial inequities as a Black man in a blue city inside a red state. This episode is an encore of the November 18, 2023 original broadcast.

Environmental Justice Activist Roishetta Ozane

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I SEE U, Episode 75: An Injustice To Remain Silent with Clean Energy Researcher Roishetta Ozane [Encore]

Posted on · Environmental justice advocate, Roishetta Ozane, reveals the social challenges in addressing the impacts of climate change, as devastating storms and a booming industrial buildout continue to engulf Southwest Louisiana—while leaving susceptible communities of color to fend for themselves. This episode is an encore of the February 17th, 2023 original broadcast.

Palestinian Artist Nai Barghouti

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I SEE U, Episode 79: XENA, Palestinian Warrior Princess [Encore]

Posted on · Classically trained flute player and renowned soloist, Nai Barghouti takes her distinct, Arabic jazz fusion into the world of electronic music, offering up rousing vocals to a high-energy track produced by multiple Grammy winner, Skrillex. This episode is an encore of the March 25, 2023 original broadcast.

Houston Rapper Fat Tony

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I SEE U, Episode 40: The Fans LoveSexy Fat Tony [Encore]

Posted on · Houston’s own Fat Tony breaks down the future of rap music, issues out a warning to digital music consumers, and shares his thoughts on what makes the Bayou City a cultural music innovator. This episode is an encore of the March 19, 2022 original broadcast.

1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted the Culture Director, Sharon "Rocky" Roggio.

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I SEE U, Episode 81: A Mistranslation of Biblical Proportions with Documentarian Sharon “Rocky” Roggio [Encore]

Posted on · Documentarian Sharon “Rocky” Roggio presents a compelling case in her directorial film debut that Christian opposition to homosexuality is based on a 1946 biblical mistranslation of Greek text. This episode is an encore of the April 8, 2023 original broadcast.

Actor Glynn Turman Photo Credit: Bobby Quillard (www.quillardinc.com).

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I SEE U, Episode 86: Glynn Turman is The Glynn-aissance Man [Encore]

Posted on · Renowned actor and three-time NAACP Image Award winner, Glynn Turman provides a poignant audio memoir of the triumphs and tribulations of creating legacy in the art of acting. This episode is an encore of the May 13, 2023 original broadcast.

Mayor Sylvester Turner

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I SEE U, Episode 101: Sylvester Turner: Mayor of Heaven, Hell and Houston

Posted on · Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner sits down with I SEE U inside of his office for an unguarded chat about how he led the nation’s fourth largest city through a global pandemic, historic flooding, violent crime, homelessness and notions of racial inequities as a Black man in a blue city inside a red state.