Edward James Olmos on Anthony Quinn, Hispanic Icon
Edward James Olmos discusses the career and legacy of his friend Anthony Quinn, the Oscar-winning Mexican American actor and activist.
Bobby Valentín on Johnny Pacheco, the ‘Father of Salsa’
Musician Bobby Valentín talks about iconic bandleader Johnny Pacheco, considered the "Father of Salsa," and his impact on the Latin music scene.
Santana on Dolores Huerta, Architect of ‘Yes We Can’
Carlos Santana talks about his friend, labor leader Dolores Huerta, and her impact on the rights of farmworkers, and her iconic statement, “Yes we can!”
Sérgio Mendes Put Brazilian Music on the Map
Composer and performer Sérgio Mendes brought Brazilian jazz and bossa nova to audiences around the globe. He talks about his past, present and future.
Jamie Lee Curtis Appreciates 'Hard-Fought' Life
Four decades after her breakout role in "Halloween," Curtis revels in being a grownup, celebrates 22 years sober and knows herself more than ever.
Original VJ Mark Goodman Reveals His MTV Aha Moment
Goodman wasn’t sure if MTV would last when he quit his radio job to become one of the original VJs, but he knew when the music video network became a hit.
What Set Alan Hunter Apart Among the 5 Original MTV VJs
Original VJ Alan Hunter reflects on his role launching MTV on Aug. 1, 1981, and the advice he would give to his younger self.
A Split-Second Decision Led Martha Quinn to MTV
Original MTV VJ Martha Quinn found out about the job on the last day of auditions. She describes how it changed her life.
Original MTV VJs React to ’80s Music Videos
Original MTV VJs Martha Quinn, Alan Hunter and Mark Goodman take a trip down memory lane to relive and share secrets from the best '80s music videos.
How Jesse Owens Paved a Golden Path
Olympian Carl Lewis reflects on Jesse Owens' achievements at the ’36 Olympics in Nazi Germany and the racism he continued to face when he returned.
How Jackie Robinson Led by Example
Houston Astros manager Dusty Baker reflects on how Jackie Robinson was a symbol of hope and nonviolent activism for Black athletes.
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