2020 US presidential election

Discussion: Voters of color in the 2020 US election

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The World's reporters have been covering immigrant communities and communities of color this election season, and they compared notes during a live discussion on Wednesday. Reporters Daisy Contreras, Rupa Shenoy and Halima Gikandi hosted a conversation on voters of color and the 2020 election — covering politics, diversity and the issues that mobilize them.

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Every 30 Seconds is a collaborative public media reporting project tracing the young Latino electorate leading up to the 2020 presidential election and beyond. The project reports on the issues, influences, concerns and challenges driving decision-making and turnout among young Latino voters across the United States.

From The World's newsroom in Boston, senior editor Daisy Contreras leads the production of stories for national broadcast in partnership with public radio stations across the country. Digital editor Tania Karas leads the production of digital stories and interactives.

Stations contributing to Every 30 Seconds will include:

  • KERA in Dallas, Texas;
  • KJZZ in Phoenix, Arizona;
  • KPBS in San Diego, California;
  • KUOW in Seattle, Washington;
  • WABE in Atlanta, Georgia;
  • WLRN in Miami, Florida; and
  • WUNC in Chapel Hill, North Carolina