KUNM Call In Show 10/13 8a: The 2016 presidential election has been polarizing. Many of the biggest divides are over class, gender and race. We'll talk about how this election is highlighting voter attitudes on these important topics.
Are candidates addressing the impacts of racism? If you're a woman, what issues do you think are most important? Do you feel left behind in this economy and do you think any of the candidates will make a difference for you? We want to hear from you! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 877-899-5866 during the show.
- Martha Burk, political psychologist and author of "Your Voice, Your Vote: The Savvy Woman's Guide to Power, Politics, and the Change We Need"
- Finnie Coleman, Associate Professor American Literary Studies, University of New Mexico
- Annette M. Rodriguez, Lecturer, Chicana and Chicago Studies, University of New Mexico
- Gabriel Sanchez, Professor of Political Science, University of New Mexico
- Views On Race And Gender Mark Stark Divide In Clinton, Trump Campaigns - ABC News
- Partisanship And Political Animosity In 2016 - Pew Research Center
- The Widening Racial Wealth Divide - New Yorker
- Latinos Could Turn The Election, If They Vote - Arizona Public Media
- Finally Someone Who Thinks Like Me - Washington Post
- Why Does It Feel Like The Economy Is Stuck In Neutral? - The Week
- Median Incomes Are Up And Poverty Rate Is Down - Los Angeles Times
- Latina Voters Say Adios To Trump - Latino Decisions
- Donald Trump Talks At Debate But Many Women Only Hear A 2005 Tape - New York Times
White Working Class Men Increasingly Falling Behind - Washington Post
- A Great Fight Of Our Times - Great American Stagnation - New York Times