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One Day at a Time’s Rita Moreno

The legendary EGOT winner on her new Netflix show, overcoming depression, and being a Latina woman in Hollywood.

Jan. 6 2017 11:12 AMCapturing Visual Styles With Ruth E. CarterThe two-time Oscar nominee behind Do the Right Thing on capturing the perfect visual styles for Spike Lee, Joss Whedon, and more.
Dec. 23 2016 7:14 AMMore on Disney’s Moana With Nate ChinenThe conversation continues with a discussion of the Hawaiian Renaissance and Lilo & Stitch in this special outtake.
Dec. 9 2016 1:28 PMBetter Things’ Pamela AdlonThe actor/writer/producer on how her new FX series reflects her life as a single mom and the pressures of being a woman in Hollywood.
Nov. 21 2016 12:33 PMComedian Kathy Griffin on Her CareerGriffin talks about pushing against ageism and sexism in Hollywood and her latest book.
Nov. 4 2016 7:33 AMGood Girls Revolt’s Joy BryantThe multihyphenate Hollywood star on playing a civil rights legend, speaking out, and the beloved drama Parenthood.
Oct. 21 2016 1:02 PMThe “I’m Not Your Wife” EditionFilm and television writer Patricia Resnick talks about working in Hollywood as a woman in the 1970s and ’80s.
Oct. 6 2016 4:46 PMThe “Your Actual Belief” EditionRepresent talks to former Gawker editor–turned–TV writer Cord Jefferson.
Sept. 26 2016 9:29 AMThe “Nah. My shoes.” EditionRepresent talks to writer/director Justin Tipping about his new movie Kicks.
Sept. 16 2016 12:11 PMThe “Where Are the Women?” EditionRepresent talks to Equal Means Equal director Kamala Lopez and delves into Donald Glover’s new comedy, Atlanta.
Sept. 9 2016 11:41 AMThe “Big Butt Bertha” EditionRepresent talks to actor-comedian Nicole Byer about being a black, female comedian on social media.
Aug. 22 2016 1:46 PMThe “Racism Is Solved” EditionRepresent talks to Larry Wilmore about The Nightly Show cancellation.
Aug. 5 2016 11:16 AMThe “What Gets You Up in the Morning?” EditionRepresent talks BoJack Horseman and the depiction of women on screen.
Dec. 30 2016 11:12 AMRepresent: 2016 in ReviewA look back on this year in representation, featuring some familiar friends of the show.
Dec. 16 2016 12:06 PMThe Creators of Search Party on Depicting Insufferable MillennialsThe screenwriting duo on depicting privileged millennials on-screen.
Dec. 2 2016 12:38 PMDisney and Representation: Moana and Floyd NormanMusic writer Nate Chinen on Moana’s depiction of Pacific Islander culture and an interview with Disney’s legendary first black animator.
Nov. 11 2016 10:56 AMFilmmaker Nisha Ganatra on Directing for TVThe Transparent and Mr. Robot director on how important it is to have different perspectives in the room.
Oct. 27 2016 7:18 PMMoonlight Filmmaker Barry JenkinsOn how the director confronted a difficult past while telling a story so rarely seen on screen.
Oct. 14 2016 11:10 AMThe Birth of a Nation EditionRepresent unpacks Birth of a Nation with Slate’s chief political correspondent, Jamelle Bouie.
Sept. 30 2016 12:11 PMThe “You Don’t Understand” EditionRepresent discusses race and class in Transparent, and talks to actor Joe Seo about Spa Night.
Sept. 22 2016 2:51 PM“Why Ain’t We Scared?”A conversation with Paul Haggis about Crash.
Sept. 13 2016 4:41 PMThe “Kind of Woman or Kind of Man” EditionRepresent talks to writer, actor, and transgender activist Jen Richards about Matt Bomer being cast as a transgender sex worker.
Sept. 2 2016 7:01 AMThe “Is That As Far As I Get?” EditionRepresent talks The Get Down and new coming-of-age dramedy Morris From America with comedy vet Craig Robinson.
Aug. 19 2016 11:08 AMThe “Slightly Gay” EditionRepresent talks to journalist-turned–Tickled filmmaker David Farrier.
July 22 2016 12:52 PMThe “Don’t Sell Out, Brother” EditionIn its inaugural episode, Represent talks Ghostbusters and goes deep with comedian and filmmaker Robert Townsend.