#WinWithBlackWomen featuring Councilwoman Tameika Devine of South Carolina and Glynda Carr, President, CEO, and Co-Founder of Higher Heights
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We know the only way to win this November is to #WinWithBlackWomen, so we're continuing the conversation with influential Black women who give us insight and strategy for success. This week, Mark speaks with Tameika Devine, the first Black woman elected to the Columbia, South Carolina City Council, and Glynda Carr, President, CEO, and Co-Founder of Higher Heights for America and Co-Creator of #BlackWomenLead. They give reactions to Trump's recent mocking of Senator Kamala Harris' name, what they think she contributes as a running mate, and how they speak to young people who are skeptical of voting. P.S. Did you know it's a record-breaking year for Black women running for congress? Can you guess how many? You've got to listen to find out.
Executive Producer: Adell Coleman
Producer: Brittany Temple
Distributor: DCP Entertainment
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