As the 2020 Democratic National Convention kicked into high gear, THE NOD hosts Brittany Luse and Eric Eddings invited some of their fellow friends in media and politics including Danielle Cadet (Refinery 29), Michael Arceneaux (author, I Don’t Want to Die Poor: Essays), Julia Craven (Slate), Leonora Hanks (political operative), Angela Hanks (Forbes) and more to discuss their feelings about Kamala Harris making history as the first Black woman to appear on a major-party ticket as a vice presidential nominee. The NOD is a daily show on Quibi.
In their conversation, they touch on the following topics:
Complicated reactions to this monumental moment
The importance of symbolism as well as policy
The need to tackle voter suppression, colorism, classism and misogynoir in the upcoming election
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