ONR 12-17-20: The Race Gap in the 2020 Elections: Why White Voters, Including Women, Backed Trump

See latest with Sacramento and Los Angeles"Keep the Seat" media briefing and new NAACP Executive Director Betty Williams


By ONME Newswire

News Too Real producer and host Julia Dudley Najieb reviews the latest "Keep the Seat" press conference simulcast in Los Angeles and Sacramento; Betty Williams is the new California-Hawaii NAACP executive director.


Finally, Najieb reviews the Ethnic Media Service briefing of "The Race Gap in the 2020 Elections: Why White Voters, Including Women, Backed Trump." Speakers featured include:


Arlie Russell Hochschild, Sociology Professor at U.C. Berkeley and author of ten books, including The Second Shift and most recently, Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourning on the American Right. She discussed the three types of Trump voters.


Mindy Romero, Founder and Director of the Center for Inclusive Democracy (CID) at USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy reviewed the white California vote for Trump which was about 45 percent as well as other factors.


Devin Phoenix, Assistant Professor, Political Science, School of Social Sciences, University of California Irvine discussed the lack of emotions in Black voters versus white voters.

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