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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

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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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