EPISODE 2 (REMIX)   |   FEBRUARY 8, 2019

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Why do Blacks vote overwhelmingly for Democrats? To find the answer, we'll hear the stories of Candace Owens and Diamond & Silk, some of the most compelling new voices in America. We'll also hear from Civil Right icon Alveda King, as she recounts a pivotal moment in her uncle MLK Jr's life.

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EPISODE 2 (REMIX)   |   FEBRUARY 8, 2019

BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Why do Blacks vote overwhelmingly for Democrats? To find the answer, we'll hear the stories of Candace Owens and Diamond & Silk, some of the most compelling new voices in America. We'll also hear from Civil Right icon Alveda King, as she recounts a pivotal moment in her uncle MLK Jr's life.

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Patrick Courrielche: Hey guys. Patrick here. So if you’re listening to this in February, it’s Black History Month and so we thought it would be good to revisit one of our first episodes featuring Candace Owens and Diamond & Silk. We remixed Episode Two, that first aired in November 2018, by adding an exclusive interview from Alveda King, the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. She helped provide some pivotal context for this topic. We’ll be back with a brand new episode next week. Until then, enjoy!

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Patrick Courrielche: Sometimes election results just feel right…like in 2016.

Hillary Clinton: “I’ve had successes and I’ve had setbacks. Sometimes really painful ones. This loss hurts.”

Patrick Courrielche: Hillary Clinton’s concession tears really sweetened my morning coffee.

But other times, election results can leave you a bit baffled. For me, that happened at the close of 2017.

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