Although race and identity always have shaped U.S. politics, they reemerged four years ago in what was supposed to be Obama’s post-racial America as the pivot point of the election, the unapologetic driver of Donald Trump’s unexpected victory.

As America smolders in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, and as the 2020 campaign heads to its historic denouement, three nationally known voices are coming together to discuss the role of race in American politics and how identity issues will shape the 2020 campaign for the presidency and Congress.


  • Joy Reid, MSNBC host
  • Maya Wiley, civil rights activist
  • Jason Johnson, political analyst

Originally aired Saturday, July 11, 2020 on CPTV.

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