Leah Wright-Rigueur

Leah Wright-Rigueur

Historian, Author, & Political Scholar.

Why doesn’t Bernie resonate with black voters?

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I was invited on WNPR’s “Where We Live” to discuss the rise of Bernie Sanders and how the Democratic party is responding to his popularity in the 2016 race for president.

OTHER INVITED GUESTS:

Colin McEnroe – Host of The Colin McEnroe Show
John Dillon – Director at Vermont Public Radio
Bob Kinzel – Reporter at Vermont Public Radio

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