SPECIAL: What Does the Biden/Harris Win Mean to Women Around the World?


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A woman of colour will be the Vice President of the United States. This is monumental for the diversification of power and we need to talk about it. On this special episode, I’m joined by a quartet of leading women in politics to discuss the result of the 2020 US Presidential Election.
What does it mean to see the first woman hold the office of Vice President? What does it mean for progress? How will life be different now that our pussy-grabbing narcissist’s days are numbered? Joining me to help answer all these questions and more are Valerie Petit, Député of the French National Assembly; Luisa Porritt, Liberal Democrat candidate for London Mayor and former Member of the European Parliament, Non-profit CEO and current Democratic primary candidate for New York City Mayor, Dianne Morales, and CNN/ABC Political Commentator, Senior Advisor to the Lincoln Project and co-Host of ‘The Breakdown’ on LPTV, Tara Setmayer.
This episode highlights the importance of Kamala Harris’ win, and gives hope for the future of both American democracy and the future of women in power around the globe. An absolute must-listen, which will both empower and inform. Download now.
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