Actress & Writer, Niccole Thurman Talks Politics & Satirizing Conservatives on Comedy Central (Electorette Podcast)

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Actress, Improviser & Writer, Niccole Thurman talks about politics, her roles satirizing conservatives on Comedy Central, and self-care in a toxic political climate.

Niccole Thurman has most recently appeared on HBO’s A Black Lady Sketch Show, and Shrill on Hulu. Previously, she was a Citizen Journalist on the Comedy Central show, The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, where she brilliantly satirized Black conservatives in the vein of Diamond & Silk. Soon you will see her in the Netflix movie Desperados.

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Like many of you, I was driven to "do something" after the 2016 election. The "something" I did was to launch the Electorette podcast. My aim with The Electorette was not to analyze every single tweet; nor to rant ad nauseum about just how unhinged the voice behind said tweets are. What I do want to accomplish is further the sense of community and strength experienced during the Women's Marches around the world, provide some solutions for getting out of this mess and to bring brilliant minds (lady minds) together, so that together we can move towards creating the open, welcoming democracy that we know America truly is. #TheFutureIsFemale

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