Ghanaian-American author Yaa Gyasi’s debut 2016 novel Homegoing was a rousing success. Her second, Transcendent Kingdom, is equally soul-shattering and provocative. It follows the...
When 26-year-old Nella Rogers realizes that another Black woman will be working alongside her at Wagner Books in New York City, she is excited and a little nervous. Finally, she...
What is it about mystery narratives set in cold places? Place doubles as a character in Paige Shelton’s second book in the Alaska Wild series. Having survived a slippery slope on...
There are hundreds of novels that deal with the tragedy and violence of World War I. But At Night All Blood Is Black, by Senegalese-French author David Diop, pulls back the...
Third Rail with OZY, a primetime debate series from PBS and OZY, "goes there" with timely discussions on the provocative, lively issues that we normally keep behind closed doors. Hosted by OZY’s Carlos Watson and featuring several famous faces as well as topical experts in front of a live studio audience, Third Rail with OZY brings you electrifying conversations that you won’t find anywhere else on TV.
"When you read OZY, you're barber shop informed, you're cocktail party ready. When you come out of OZY, you feel smarter." - Keith C.
"OZY is the media source that I look forward to reading every day. In these desperate times, it has given me hope for the future. I click out of the OZY site feeling informed, as opposed to feeling scared." - Mimi W.
America’s differences with its European allies go much deeper than a fleet of submarines.
Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.
Terrorists are gaining from global warming.
The US has long been a shining example to the rest of the Americas.
Should an Ethiopian farmer take the blame for the carbon emissions from coffee sipped in a San Francisco café? The answer could determine whether we manage to save the world.
As so many connected to Afghanistan pull every string they can think of to help get Afghans onto planes, time is running out.
The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.