Aisha Harris
Aisha Harris Aisha Harris

Aisha Harris is a Slate culture writer and host of the Slate podcast Represent.

Represent
Sept. 1 2017 10:49 AMSteven Universe Animator Ian Jones-Quartey on His New Show, OK K.O.!Jones-Quartey talks to us about his new Cartoon Network series and what it takes to “make it” in the industry.
Represent
Aug. 30 2017 12:08 PMAtypical and Yvonne Orji of Insecure: The TranscriptRead a full transcript of Episode 57 of Slate Represent.
Brow Beat
Aug. 27 2017 8:54 PMKendrick Lamar Brought Kung Fu Kenny and Flames to His Explosive VMAs Performance
Brow Beat
Aug. 25 2017 8:32 AMInsecure’s Yvonne Orji on Molly’s Evolution in Season 2 and the Beauty of Portraying Flawed Black Characters
Represent
Aug. 18 2017 1:00 PMDetroit and Filmmaker Janicza BravoThe director talks about her “weird” new movie Lemon, directing Atlanta’s “Juneteenth” episode, and challenging what it means to be a black female filmmaker.
Culture Gabfest
Aug. 16 2017 12:39 PMThe Culture Gabfest “Hella Doomed” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Insecure, Dr. Strangelove, and a major controversy rocking the world of YA Twitter.
Brow Beat
Aug. 16 2017 7:33 AMFor Some Reason, MTV Is Giving the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award to ... Pink?!
Represent
Aug. 11 2017 12:46 PMWhose Streets? and Anika Noni RoseWe unpack the powerful Ferguson documentary with Slate’s chief political correspondent and talk to Rose about Power and princesses.
Brow Beat
Aug. 7 2017 7:33 AMWe Should All Aspire to be Tasha, the Bank Teller With a Plan (and Real Emotions), on Insecure
Brow Beat
Aug. 3 2017 7:33 AMWhat’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Detroit
Brow Beat
July 27 2017 10:55 AMGeorge Clooney Directs Matt Damon in the Trailer for the Coen Brothers–Penned Suburbicon
Represent
July 21 2017 7:14 AM13 Reasons Why and “Who’s Afraid of Aymann Ismail?”We discuss the controversial Netflix show’s depictions of suicide and sexual assault. Then, an interview with the host of Slate’s new docuseries about Muslim American identity.
Movies
July 18 2017 6:18 PMLandlineThe new rom-com from the team behind Obvious Child has fewer abortions, just as many laughs.
Brow Beat
July 14 2017 7:33 AMVariety’s Embarassing Girls Trip Review Proves Not All Critics Should Write About Black Movies
Represent
July 7 2017 10:46 AMOne Day at a Time Showrunner Gloria Calderon KellettOn how the Netflix sitcom seeks to represent a variety of Latino experiences, from those in the LGBTQ community to military veterans.
Brow Beat
Aug. 31 2017 5:55 AMThe Best Movies and TV Shows Coming to Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and Hulu in September
Brow Beat
Aug. 29 2017 5:45 PMKathy Griffin Is on a Non-Apology Tour
Represent
Aug. 25 2017 12:59 PMAtypical and Yvonne Orji of InsecureWe discuss Netflix’s new autism comedy with two self-advocates. Then, Orji talks to us about auditioning for the role of Molly, her faith, and more.
Culturebox
Aug. 24 2017 5:55 AMSpringtime for the ConfederacyAt Dolly Parton’s Civil War–themed dinner theater, audiences root for the North or the South. I saw it twice, because you gotta see both sides.
Culture Gabfest
Aug. 17 2017 3:10 PMBooks for the BeachThe Culture Gabfest on what to read before summer’s end.
Brow Beat
Aug. 16 2017 10:22 AMNicole Kidman and Colin Farrell Star in the Chilling Trailer for Yorgos Lanthimos’ Follow-Up to The Lobster
Brow Beat
Aug. 14 2017 12:47 PMWait—Did Insecure’s Lawrence Just Take a Trip to the “Sunken Place”?
Brow Beat
Aug. 10 2017 12:59 PMWatch Leslie Jones, Seth Meyers, and Lord Varys Himself Provide Some A+ Commentary on Game of Thrones
Represent
Aug. 4 2017 2:10 PMColumbus Director KogonadaThe prolific video essayist talks about his new feature debut starring John Cho.
Represent
July 28 2017 1:49 PMGirls Trip and Monica Owusu-BreenWe discuss the box-office hit starring Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith, Tiffany Haddish, and Queen Latifah. Then, an interview with the showrunner of Midnight, Texas about her career and the NBC supernatural drama.
Brow Beat
July 24 2017 4:54 PMGirls Trip’s Box-Office Success Should Give Its Stars the Overdue Opportunities They Deserve
Movies
July 20 2017 10:58 AMGirls TripOne of the best comedies ever made for black women—and one of the funniest movies of the year, period.
Represent
July 14 2017 12:28 PMHawaii Five-0 and The Big SickWe unpack the controversy surrounding Hawaii Five-0’s recent cast departures before diving into a discussion on Kumail Nanjiani’s new romantic comedy.
Brow Beat
July 12 2017 1:17 PMA Michael Jackson Album of Unreleased Tracks Will Belong to Just One Lucky Bidder
Represent
June 30 2017 11:54 AMIndie Filmmaker Nefertite NguvuOn her long journey making and distributing her new film, In the Morning.

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