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Will Jawando on Helping Black Communities Thrive

Will Jawando joins Daniella to discuss his new book, the importance of uplifting Black narratives, key policies that can help Black children succeed, and how the communities he works with are feeling heading into the midterms.

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Montgomery County Council member and author Will Jawando joins Daniella to discuss his new book, My Seven Black Fathers. He shares the importance of uplifting Black narratives, key policies that can help Black children succeed, and how the communities he works with are feeling heading into the midterms. Daniella also breaks down the latest January 6 committee hearing and the ​White House’s student loan forgiveness application.

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Contributors

Daniella Gibbs Léger

Executive Vice President, Communications and Strategy

@dgibber123

Erin Phillips

Broadcast Media Manager

Kelly McCoy

Director, Broadcast Communications

Tricia Woodcome

Senior Media Manager

Sam Signorelli

Executive Assistant

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Politics. Policy. Progress. All under one big tent. Produced by CAP Action, “The Tent” is a news and politics podcast hosted by Daniella Gibbs Léger. Listen each Thursday for episodes exploring topics that progressives are focused on.

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