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In "Black Women OWN the Conversation," thought leaders and celebrities discuss important issues with 100 black women. Journalist Carlos Watson hosts the panelists and black women across four episodes focusing on love and relationships, motherhood, beauty, and mind, body and soul. The panelists include voting rights activist Stacey Abrams, model Winnie Harlow, actresses Tina Lifford and Ryan Michelle Bathe, singer Monica, comics Nicole Byer and Dulcé Sloan, and California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.

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Exploring family and relationships during the pandemic, including challenges around parenting, pregnancy, dating, and the importance of maintaining friendships; loss and surviving COVID-19; staying connected to faith, and what's next looking forward.
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Medical facts, rumors and myths about COVID-19; the compounding effects of racism on COVID-19 health care outcomes in the black community; panelists New Orleans Mayor LaToya Cantrell, pediatric surgeon Dr. Ala Stanford, and activist Bree Newsome.
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Actress Tina Lifford, comic Nicole Byer and author Brittney Cooper join 100 black women to discuss mind, body and soul.
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Model Winnie Harlow and actors Angelica Ross and April Parker Jones join with 100 black women to discuss relationships.
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Actress Ryan Michelle Bathe, California Surgeon General Dr. Nadine Burke Harris, comic Dulce Sloan, and actress Angela Rye join 100 black women to discuss motherhood.
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Voting rights activist Stacey Abrams, singer Monica and comic Kym Whitley join 100 black women to discuss the topic of beauty, including hair, colorism, body shape, and more.

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