The Long Game of Color – Friday Power Lunch

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Dear Friends,

Our upcoming Friday Power Lunch is, as usual, timely and important. I hope you will join us. 

Our premiere guest is Steve Phillips of Democracy in Color. More about the show below.
Please register for The Long Game in Color, 9/30/22 – NOON on our Friday Power Lunch. Register here:

Steve Phillips, National Political Expert, New York Times bestseller author of Brown Is the New White and the soon to be released How We Win the Civil War: Securing a Multiracial Democracy and Ending White Supremacy for Good, founder of Democracy in Color, a the political media organization dedicated to race, and politics, and host of the podcast Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips, will explain hisNew Majority Index that uses two key data points missing from most political analysis—racial diversity and voter turnout rates of racial groups—to show that racial identity is one of the most salient and predictive data points indicating political behavior and its importance now. Read his recent article,What’s Missing From Voting Data? Race; listen to his interview with Jonathan Capehart: Steve Phillips on American democracy and midterm elections.
Jay Jones, former Delegate and founder of Meet Our Moment will also be joining our conversation to talk about his program which recruits and trains minority Democratic candidates to run for and win state and local offices across Virginia and how we can recruit candidates to run in every district.

Hope to see you in the Zoom room,

Stair Calhoun

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