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Democracy In Color

Season 3 Episode 308 | 56m 46s

Although race and identity have always shaped U.S. politics, they reemerged seven years ago, a political pivot and the unapologetic driver of Donald Trump's unexpected victory. In this show, a panel of nationally known voices from across the political and racial spectrums examines the role of race in American politics and how identity issues continue to shape our daily lives.

Aired: 01/21/24 | Expires: 01/21/27
Distributed nationally by American Public Television
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