Being Black and Gay in the Political Public Eye NPR's Tony Cox continues the discussion about black gay politicians with gay rights activist Jasmyne Cannick and openly gay conservative and Washington insider Robert Traynham.
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Being Black and Gay in the Political Public Eye

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Being Black and Gay in the Political Public Eye

Being Black and Gay in the Political Public Eye

Being Black and Gay in the Political Public Eye

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NPR's Tony Cox continues the discussion about black gay politicians with gay rights activist Jasmyne Cannick and openly gay conservative and Washington insider Robert Traynham.

Cannick is co-founder and former board member of the Black Justice Coalition, a gay rights organization based in Washington, D.C. Traynham is an openly gay, African-American Republican. He was a spokesperson for former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum.

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