Race and the US Presidential Race

The Agenda examines how large a factor race is playing in the 2012 US presidential contest.

Race and the Republican Race

Traditionally, Republicans have not done well with non-white voters. More recently, they're losing the margin on working-class white voters. Options to gain ground are being explored. More at: http://bit.ly/HVEkwo

Race in America

Race and the presidential election: From the challenges of the first African American president, to the courting of the Hispanic vote, The Agenda examines how much of a factor race is playing in the US presidential election.

CEO, Christie Strategies LLC
Contributing Editor, Manhattan Institute’s City Journal
Perre Bowen Professor of Law & Director, Center for the Study of Race and Law, University of Virginia
Co-Director, The Project on Race in Political Communication (RaceProject.org)
Policy Analyst, Progress 2050
Distinguished Professor of English and Journalism, Brooklyn College & CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Postdoctoral Scholar, Dept. of Political Science & Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, University of Chicago

Agenda Insight: The Raj, the Reich and the Good Fight

Agenda Insight Essayist Akaash Maharaj on how historical battles and ideologies permeate families for generations.