Mimi Brown is the host of FoxLA's Culture Conversations, a digital show launched by the station in the aftermath of George Floyd's murder. She interviews nationally recognized lawmakers, activists, and others working to bring equality and racial justice to our country.
Mimi also works on FOX 11's signature show, Good Day LA, producing daily segments highlighting the latest in local and national news, entertainment, fashion, and fitness.
Mimi began her journalism career 14 years ago as a red carpet reporter for US Weekly Magazine, where she covered the Oscars, the Grammys and movie premieres, interviewing celebrities whose names you know. Mimi is also the host of the podcast, "Becoming Dope with Mimi Brown."
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Howard University and a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from American University.
Mimi currently volunteers with several local community groups, mentoring young people and offering career advice. She is also a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated.
In this Black history episode of Culture Conversations, we are celebrating Black entrepreneurs. Host Mimi Brown speaks to Robin and Andréa McBride, founders of the McBride Sisters Wine in San Luis Obispo, as well as David Gross, business partner to the late Nipsey Hussle.
In this episode, we speak to Randy Savvy of the Compton Cowboys and Judge Carlos Moore who is working to make a difference for people of color nationwide.
In this episode, we speak to Dr. Yosef Salaam, whose story was among those featured in the Netflix docudrama "When They See Us," directed by Ava DuVernay. We also catch up with Tiffanie Anderson, also known as "The Pretty Artist" who creates ravishing masterpieces honoring iconic figures in pop culture.
In this episode, we speak with Morgan DeBaun, the CEO and Founder of Blavity, about the 2020 AfroTech Conference, inclusion and diversity within the technology industry, and engaging communities of color within media.
Black and brown voters played a huge role in choosing the U.S. president.
With the 2020 US presidential election just days away, in this episode, Culture Conversations focuses on young leaders supporting voter efforts.
Sean "Diddy" Combs has relaunched his "Vote or Die!" campaign for the 2020 presidential election, with a slew of new initiatives, in partnership with his hip-hop network Revolt TV.
In this week's episode, we speak to Rina Shah of the Lincoln Project and also share a mail-in voter survival guide for the upcoming US presidential election featuring a special panel.
Free Marie and Rocsi Diaz talk about why it’s important to diminish the stereotype that "our vote doesn’t count" and to highlight the significance of Black and Brown voters.
In this episode, we speak to the Civil Rights icon, Dolores Huerta, about her lifelong journey of fighting for the rights of immigrant farmworkers and the impact the Black Lives Matter movement is having on our society.