I love what you are doing, Sonja. I was a huge fan of The Wire. Do you think the main problem facing our children is the major presence of the internet in their lives? - Wendell from Columbia, MD
Has it been difficult to get roles after The Wire ended?
Do you have an organizational model/blue print to set up your organization? I live in Raleigh, NC and think such a model would be beneficial in this area.
The story mentions your favorite pub in Baltimore, can you tell us which it is?
What kind of advice would you give to up and coming actresses especially coming for the DMV area? Do you think they should move to say NYC or LA to become successful?
The Wire is the best thing I've seen on television, hands down, and you were a big part of that. Can you share any particular positive moments or setbacks during your work on the show?
I note young people watch "The Wire" and discuss it. I believe that is important. Young people are learning how to empathize and develop maturity. What do you see that young people should gain from watching and discussing "The Wire"?
I am a law professor from Maryland with a great interest in urban poverty, particularly in Baltimore -- what is the best way to get involved with ReWired?
This was by far the most amazing TV event ever. The show touched on so many issues - racism, classism, the plight of inner city youth and the school system, homosexuality and homo phobia, corruption - before it was cool to do so. I watch all 5 seasons at least once a year. Will Season 6 ever happen?