Soledad O’Brien

In honor of Delta Sigma Theta’s  Founder’s Day we are taking a look at celebrity members of the historic organization.

Renowned journalist Soledad O’Brien joined Roland Martin Monday on NewsOne Now to discuss the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and what has changed since the…

The school-t0-prison pipeline is alive and well in America. There are currently more than 60,000 individuals under the age of 21 locked behind bars in…

I missed the first one.  When Barack Hussein Obama was sworn in as our first African-American president with an agenda that I believed passionately in,…

Here at Hello Beautiful, we are proponents of encouraging everyone to get educated and achieve their goals. Soledad O’Brien, creator of The Soledad O’Brien Brad Raymond Foundation, was deeply influenced by the problems facing teenage girls on her visit to New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Hearing the stories of young women who needed encouragement, mentoring, […]

African American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson says the drivers of problem solving and job creation in the world depend on whether American students demand scientific literacy. “Math needs better marketing,” deGrasse Tyson told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien during an intimate sit down on the subject of  math and science in American education. Tyson’s interview is a […]

Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, the first African American woman to head a Fortune 500 company, believes it is time to get back to basics when it comes to American schools. “We took our focus away from excellence and performance and accountability,” Burns told CNN’s Soledad O’Brien about the dilemma of science and math education in […]

The Miami Heat’s LeBron James recently spoke with Soledad O’Brien of CNN about the heat he received for his decision to leave the Cleveland Cavaliers. When O’Brien asked if he thought that race played a role in the backlash, James responded “I think so at times.” Take a look at this interview and learn about […]