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The 2016 Election in Black and Brown

'Panel discussion about the impact of the US presidential election on minority voters, and the impact of those voters on the election featuring panelists Kerry Haynie, associate professor, Department of Political Science, Duke University; Victoria DeFrancesco Soto, political analyst, MSNBC and Telemundo; Dorian Warren, fellow, Roosevelt Institute; Moderated by Mark Anthony Neal, DCORE co-director and professor of African and African American Studies.
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