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    Chicken and Biscuits' playwright on bringing Black joy to Broadway

    Chicken and Biscuits' playwright on bringing Black joy to Broadway

    Douglas Lyons, actor and playwright, joins CBS News' Jericka Duncan to discuss how he started writing his first play while waiting backstage during performances. His play, "Chicken and Biscuits" tells the story of the Jenkins family reuniting for the funeral of their patriarch and the tension, laughter and tears that ensue.

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    Reporter's Notebook: Covering the dangerous journey migrants take from Colombia through Panama to get to the Texas border

    Reporter's Notebook: Covering the dangerous journey migrants take from Colombia through Panama to get to the Texas border

    CBS News correspondent Manuel Bojorquez and producer Alex Pena recently traveled to Colombia to report on the thousands of migrants waiting to cross into Panama via the deadly Darien Gap. Bojorquez and Pena discuss what they saw while on assignment and share the stories of the people they encountered making the dangerous trek. Even as news of deportations at the U.S. border reach migrant groups, the majority said they rather attempt the dangerous journey than stay where they are.

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    Mass: A new film centered around grief, forgiveness and reconciliation

    Mass: A new film centered around grief, forgiveness and reconciliation

    Fran Kranz, the writer and director of "Mass," joins CBS News' Vladimir Duthiers to discuss his poignant new film. Centered around the emotional aftermath of a school shooting, Kranz discusses why he choose the subject matter for his debut film and working with actors Ann Dowd, Reed Birney, Jason Isaacs and Martha Plimpton.

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    • 28 min
    Charlize Theron joins the fight against COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Africa

    Charlize Theron joins the fight against COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Africa

    Academy award winner Charlize Theron is joining the Ford Foundation in the fight against COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and misinformation in Africa. Theron explains to CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti why she's committed to raising awareness in vulnerable communities about the dangers of COVID-19.

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    "Impeachment: American Crime Story" showrunner on focusing the series on Linda Tripp, Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones

    "Impeachment: American Crime Story" showrunner on focusing the series on Linda Tripp, Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones

    Sarah Burgess, the executive producer and head writer of "Impeachment: American Crime Story," joins CBS News' Jill Schlesinger to discuss the current season of the FX series. Burgess explains what intrigued about the scandal involving President Bill Clinton and drew her to the characters of Linda Tripp, Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones. She discusses Lewinsky's involvement with the project and why the story remains relevant 25 years later.

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    "Pass Over" playwright on conveying the reality of being a Black man in America

    "Pass Over" playwright on conveying the reality of being a Black man in America

    Playwright Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu joins CBS News' Jericka Duncan to discuss the latest incarnation of her play - "Pass Over." Nwandu explains how she changed the play's ending to better reflect current circumstances and her own evolution. She says she found inspiration for "Pass Over" from the Bible's Exodus story, Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot" and teaching college students. As the first play to open on Broadway since the COVID-19 shutdown, Nwandu explains the precautions the company has taken to ensure everyone's physical and mental health.

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Great interview with Sacha Baron Cohen

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Putting the Coronavirus Pandemic in Historical Context

Excellent thoughts on the pandemic. The Douglas Brinkley is obviously white and privileged. Otherwise, he would not think the children out of school are doing fine learning through the internet. Not all have good internet. Another utility that should be available for everyone, just like water and electricity.

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