Hosted by award winning journo, author, CNN Legal & Political Commentator, former Republican House Oversight Committee Counsel, and OPINION writer Sophia A. Nelson, this political podcast keeps it real, honest and raw, just as Nelson does on TV. Topics include: Politics, race, gender, faith, and anything else the American people talk about everyday.
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This 3rd installment of our Black History Month series features the Chair of the Loudoun County Virginia Board of Supervisors, Phyllis Randall who was re-elected in a landslide in 2019. Randall is the first African American and woman of color elected to this position in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
In this episode our host Sophia Nelson goes one on one with longtime former Republican strategist Reed Galen. They talk about the launch of the new "Lincoln Project" of which Nelson is a Sr. Advisor as well as why Galen left the GOP, what they want to see happen in 2020, and why the very REPUBLIC may be at stake if the Impeachment of President Trump does not honor the guardrails that the founding fathers put in place in the late 1700's with the US Constitution.
Our host Sophia Nelson gives us a Democratic Primary update, post--the New Hampshire primary shake-up. Nelson writes for Politico as a political analyst, she is a USA TODAY Opinion writer, and a Daily Beast Columnist. This is a great overview of where we are in the 2020 Race to be President. Must listen to podcast with one of the best pundits in the business.
In honor of our month long celebration of Black History Month, host Sophia Nelson has a candid and courageous conversation with the daughter of Oklahoma Civil Rights Icon, Clara Luper Wilson, Mrs. Chelle Luper Wilson of Dallas, Texas. Wilson is on the Board of Directors of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., she is a historian of issues related to black women and civil rights. They talk about the Gayle King controversy with Snoop Dogg. The future of race relations. And what inspiration we can draw from the life of her amazing mother, the late, Clara Luper.
This is the first episode of season #2 of the podcast. Host Sophia Nelson starts us off with a great checklist of things we can do in our individual lives that will help us to build more unified communities, conversations and dare we say a country! It's a MUST LISTEN.
In this special holiday episode our host Sophia Nelson has a Thanksgiving Day conversation about America’s mission to destroy ISIS. About women in combat. About what our Troops seeding abroad do on thanksgiving day. And more!
Today’s episode forecast the 4th day of impeachment hearings and where we find ourselves as a nation deeply divided. Host Sophia Nelson talks about the Gettysburg Address. And why it rings so true to us today.
In this week's Monday Motivation, host Sophia Nelson delves into the hot topic of "free speech" and when does it go too far on our social media networks, in political campaigns and beyond. A great discussion given the debate around Facebook and Elizabeth Warren's campaign.
A powerful must listen to podcast for our time. Author, Thought Leader, and Princeton University Professor of African American Studies Eddie Glaude, Jr. and host Sophia Nelson engage in a provocative, candid conversation on the hot topics of the day: The 2020 Democratic Primary, Impeachment and the state of American race relations, economic security and tribal fears. Will we just SURVIVE this dark moment or will we learn our lesson, together, and THRIVE as one United America? Listen and reflect on this 35 minute discussion with two of America's most prolific writers and thinkers.
This episode challenges us as American Citizens in a time of great division embrace the power of conversation at our jobs, in our communities, and in our personal lives. A critical must listen in this day and time.
In this Monday Motivation episode, host Sophia Nelson walks us through the etiquette of impeachment. She gives us some insights on how to avoid partisan fights and rancor at work, as well well as on your social media feeds. She does it in a way that only she can. This is a must listen and must share as America heads into a difficult time.
In this episode Sophia breaks down in simple terms the issues surrounding President Donald J. Trump and Impeachment. What happened. Who is involved. What is the role of Congress. And when is it proper to impeach a President.
Today’s Monday Motivation is a powerful monologue by our host Sophia Nelson on the founding fathers and their belief that our political leaders had to be men of morals, ethics and virtues. A must listen to dialogue. It matters a lot!
This episode is a powerful dialogue for all Americans about the intersection of race and our faith in America. Listen. Learn. Discuss. Bishop Swann is controversial on social media for sure but he is a bold man of faith that tells history like it is. He is a drum major DL for social justice. Listen if you dare.
On this HBCU Impact Day 2019, Sophia is on the campus of Grambling State University in Ruston Louisiana with her special guest President Rick Gallot. They talk about the importance of HBCUs in 2019, Race relations, Politics and America.
In this episode Sophia talks about her hot off the presses article for The Daily Beast. She shares her American Journey of mixed race and what it means to have two white men, one a slave owner’s son in her family tree.
In this episode podcast host Sophia Nelson inspires us about living beyond our labors. And understanding the power of work, when coupled with rest. With success. With quality family time. And connection. A must listen message on Labor Day 2019.
Host Sophia Nelson delivers a powerful monologue on the President’s decision to change long-standing policy that Children born abroad to American parents serving in the Military or Government, will no longer be considered citizens at birth. They will have to apply for citizenship on behalf of their children by age 18.
In episode 2, Sophia talks about the ideal that is America and the choice we as Americans must make right now to save this Republic from division and apathy. And why the “many” becoming “one” matters so much to our long term stability and preservation of the Nation.
Host Sophia Nelson interviews longtime Political Strategist & Pundit Cheri Jacobus. Who has now turned Producer for a one of a kind Hollywood Video Production: A Reading of the Mueller Report made for TV. No commentary. No partisanship. Just reading the report Mr. Mueller sent to Congress. They discuss the project and our politics. A must listen.
In this episode author/Journo Sophia Nelson explores the raging controversy over the NYT Groundbreaking series 1619 Project. Conservatives were angry over the weekend over the focus on American slavery which began in 1619.
This is the first Episode of E Pluribus One Podcast. Author/Journo/TV pundit Sophia Nelson kicks off her show by setting the table with today’s political news around the “Israeli” ban of two Muslim US Congresswomen and more!