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Oprah Wants To Unite People with ‘The Oprah Conversation’

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Oprah Winfrey returns to the talk show format with the new interview series, aimed at having “conversations that unite us—not divide us.” The debut of the show will be on July 30th.

Of course, Oprah Winfrey’s roots are in talk shows and is where she rose to fame.
The Oprah Winfrey Show, which ran from 1986 to 2011, remains an iconic daytime talkshow staple and, since then, Oprah has continued on in esteemed fashion as the host of SuperSoul Sundays (and the SuperSoul Conversations podcast), a television producer, media executive, and philanthropist.

For more than three decades, Oprah has remained one of the most beloved TV personalities, with popularity spanning across global audiences and demographics. The Oprah Winfrey Show, which ran from 1986 to 2011, remains an iconic daytime talkshow staple and, since then, Oprah has continued on in esteemed fashion as the host of SuperSoul Sundays (and the SuperSoul Conversations podcast), a television producer, media executive, and philanthropist.

On July 27, Oprah took to social media to share her latest project, The Oprah Conversation, a new interview series which will feature conversations with newsmakers and thought leaders on current events and timely topics.

Deadline reports that the Apple TV+ series will begin by directly addressing racism in the United States. The debut episode, hitting the streaming service Thursday, July 30, is titled “How to Be an Antiracist,” and finds Oprah joined by bestselling author Professor Ibram X.

Kendi to speak with white Americans about confronting their own racism. Professor Kendi’s book of the same name, which has received widespread praise, offers a deeper understanding of systemic and societal racism, and proposals for anti-racist individual actions and systemic changes.

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