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Race & Populism panel discussion

Who constitutes the people? Will people of color make up a new multi-racial left populism? Our panelists Laura Grattan of Wellesley College, Tianna Paschel of Berkeley College, and Robbie Shilliam of Johns Hopkins University consider how race and age affect people’s understanding of populism. This discussion is moderated by Gary Younge, an author, broadcaster, and editor of The Guardian.

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