Pop and Politics with Farai Chideya: What the Election Results Mean
Race, Rage, and Reconciliation after the Midterms
Wednesday, November 03, 2010
At WNYC's "The Green Space," Farai Chideya and guests spent the morning after the election discussing race, rage, reconciliation, and the midterm returns. Guests included Rosie Perez (Actor), Melissa Harris Perry (Princeton professor of Politics and African American Studies) John Ridley (film director and NPR commentator), Reihan Salam (conservative Daily Beast commentator) and Todd Zwillich (Washington Correspondent for The Takeaway).
This conversation will be broadcast on public radio stations on Thursday, November 4. See the schedule.
Pop and Politics with Farai Chideya is a series of three radio specials looking at issues of race, rage, and reconciliation in the 2010 midterm elections. The programs, created by Pop and Politics, co-produced by WNYC, and distributed by American Public Media, will air on public radio stations around the country in late October and early November 2010.