The latest 'Oprah Talks COVID-19' investigates the impact of coronavirus on Black America
What you need to know
- There's a new episode of 'Oprah Talks COVID-19'.
- Episode 13 is investigating the impact of the coronavirus on Black America.
- The episode is available to stream on Apple TV+ now even if you don't have a subscription.
The latest episode of 'Oprah Talks COVID-19' is now available, in which she investigates the impact of the coronavirus on Black America.
A quick trailer posted on YouTube was accompanied by this description:
The episode aired on Oprah Winfrey Network last night at 11 pm ET/PT and is now available to stream on Apple TV+.
The episode is the latest in Oprah's series on the coronavirus pandemic, which began in March.
The series is unique on Apple TV+ not only for its content but also because as noted, it is available to watch for free on Apple TV+ with or without a subscription to the service. You can view the episode here. (opens in new tab)
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Ok, Oprah, NOT the time to be talking race. This is a HUMANITY ISSUE!
Exactly, because the endemic racism and racial disparities that have plagued (see what I did there?) African-Americans and other people of color throughout the history of the USA has nothing to do with HUMANITY n’ everything...(insert eye roll here)
Leave that fight (which I agree with before you start eyerolling there), until after the pandemic is stopped. It's doing zero good right now.
But Coronavirus has nothing to do with Black America, it's a worldwide issue that can affect anybody. I agree with kojackjku, don't link Coronavirus and Black America issues, these are two completely separate issues