PNN - After the Song is Sung - we've heard the first chorus of the Democratic Race / Dems from across the country tuned in in record numbers. Brook Hines our producer and senior political correspondent will lead discussions on these weeks recent debates.
Brooks discusses the high and low points of the vast array of Democratic candidates, the wannabees the nearly possibles and the corporate shills. But wait there was one authentic voice. And the majority were all singing from his hymnal - The Illustrious Senator from Vermont and candidate Senator Bernie Sanders.
We will also be joined with commentaries from a wide spectrum of progressive democratic voices. We will hear first from Susan Smith who for years led the Progressive Democratic Caucus of Florida, She joins us from her Miami perspective having just attended night two of the Democratic Debate. She shares her sandals on the ground first-person account from the auditorium where the debates were held. She also shares the story of her visit to the Homestead Kiddie Prison with several candidates. Curiously former VP Biden was the only candidate who couldn't be bothered to make the trip to Homestead.
We are also joined by Panhandle Progressive Activist Frank Day a leading light of Florida's progressive leadership. Frank shares his perspective on the debates.
We also were graced with a visit from Wendy Sejour longtime leader of Miami Progressive community. She shares her perspective as a Sanders delicate to important discussions held on critical issues facing America and her progressive leaders. Issues related to law enforcement and communities of color.
Jeanine Molloff our justice correspondent will discuss her research on the Racism inherent in Border enforcement.
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