Spike Lee (Malcolm X, Inside Man, Do the Right Thing) interviews democratic nominee Bernie Sanders. Both filmmaker and politician are Brooklyn born, and together they talk about why Brooklyn, and all of New York City made them into the influencers they are today. Who are you voting for?
The final Presidential debate was more focused on the issues than the others were. There wasn't as much back and forth, which is hard for Donald Trump, but to his credit he did manage to keep his interruptions short. (Jimmy Kimmel Live)
This episode's discussion is focused on the Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton. Does she have your vote for the presidency?
Many people consider honest opinions to be verboten because of how controversial they can be. But don't tell these guys that. Cigar Convos is a dialogue between guests of color -- whether entertainment, politics, sports or relationships. Set in "Habana Ninos", a black owned cigar bar in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
While The Root may not agree with the entire perspe...
Between Two Ferns With Zach Galifianakis: Hillary Clinton
Funny Or Die wrote: Subscribe now: https://www.youtube.com/c/funnyordie?sub_confirmation=1 More Between Two Ferns: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLFEE651C298476F00 Episode 20: Hillary Clinton sits down with Zach Galifianakis for her most memorable interview yet.
Hillary Clinton on Her Health and Recovery from Pneumonia
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton talks to Jimmy about how she tried and failed to power through getting sick and the perspective she gained from taking a break from her campaign. (The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon)
Ask by The Root Managing Editor Lyne Pitts whether she will take the votes of black millenials for granted, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton responds that she will work 'as hard I know how' to win the votes and support of young people because this election is 'far more about them.'
In an interview with Fusion reporter Nando Rodriguez-Villa, presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says Congress will never authorize slave reparations for African Americans and he does not support it. He prefers to focus resources on investing in impoverished communities.
Democratic Presidential candidate Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders responds to a question from The Root managing editor about his state's record on mass incarceration and what he will do as president about the disproportionate incarceration of African American men.