For fashion week, The Root Live brings together some of the hottest names in fashion for a lively discussion about the business of design and what really goes on behind the scenes. Designers Byron Lars and Kimberly Goldson are featured, along with writer Teri Agins and Prudential's ShirleyAnn Robertson
Root TV: I'm Black, Undocumented & Torn About Obama's New Immigration Plans
In the Root TV segment above, Jonathan Jayes-Green spoke with The Root’s Diana Ozemebhoya Eromosele about how Obama’s recent executive actions on immigration will affect his life, and why it is imperative that we connect the dots between the distrust that both black citizens and undocumented immigrants have for law-enforcement.
Diana Ozemebhoya Eromosele is a staff writer at The Root and the founder and executive producer of Lectures to Beats, a Web series that features video interviews w...
How to Make Retirement Work for You–Even When It Comes with the Sudden Loss of a Job
Host Harriett Cole speaks with expert Dionne Polite, Associate State Director of Multicultural Initiatives AARP New York, and guest William Hamer, Chairperson of Harlem Advocates for Seniors (H.A.S.), during this segment of The Root Live.
Part 1 of The Root Shelling Out Awards to the Folk Who Made Social Media a Fun Mess in 2015
The Root Staff Writer and Editor Yesha Callahan and The Root Staff Writer Diana Ozemebhoya Eromosele write for the Grapevine, our blog that covers trending stories in social media and entertainment. In part 1 of this 2-part video series, they break down the hottest stories in 2015.
After spending two years researching the history of what he calls white supremacy in the United States, The Atlantic's National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates wrote a ground-breaking article, The Case for Reparations. In this clip, he tells The Root Managing Editor Lyne Pitts how he sees the United States today.