In a groundbreaking new series, Emmy Award-winning journalist Carlos Watson travels the country to moderate provocative, intimate discussions on the most pressing issues of our time. From Black men in Baltimore to Asian-American millennials in California, the unexpected conversations and opinions give surprising insight into what matters to Americans of all backgrounds in the lead-up to the midterm elections and beyond.
100 Asian-American Millennials in San Francisco
Panelists include: Author, chef and restaurateur, Eddie Huang; Actor, Harry Shum Jr.; Lawyer and Republican party official, Harmeet Dhillon; and Fashion model and fashion designer, Kimora Lee Simmons Leissner
100 Latinx Families in New York
Panelists include: Actress and community activist, Rosie Perez; Mayor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, Carmen Yulín Cruz; Republican activist, Omar Navarro; and President of The LIBRE Initiative, Daniel Garza
100 White Women In Nashville
Panelists include: Former Congresswoman for Minnesota, Representative Michele Bachmann; Former mayor of Nashville, Tennessee, Megan Barry; Singer and Nashville resident, Vanessa Carlton; Conservative millennial influencer, Allie Beth Stuckey; and Trump-appointed regional HUD director and former Mayor of Irving, TX, Beth Van Duyne.
100 Black Men In Baltimore
Panelists: DeRay McKesson (Activist and Author) Jemele Hill (Sports Journalist) Tony Campbell (2018 Maryland Republican Candidate for US Senate) Lawrence Gilliard Jr. (Actor) TJ Smith (Spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department) Ben Jealous (Civic Leader and 2018 Democratic nominee for Governor of Maryland)
Take On America - Trailer
Welcome to a groundbreaking town hall series with a twist. OZY travels across the U.S. to confront today’s most pressing issues by exploring the diversity of opinions among groups often pigeonholed for voting as a bloc. Hosted by Emmy Award-winning presenter Carlos Watson, the first four provocative and intimate shows will focus on the voices of Black men, White women, Latino families, and Asian-American millennials before we expand to talk to other groups — and the entire American family.
Just what America needs
Real conversations with real people. What a concept! I love how this town hall approach breaks through preconceived notions while discussing issues America is talking about.
Super interesting conversation, really thought-provoking.