Democratic Convention Chairwoman Alice Huffman

NPR's Tavis Smiley talks to Alice Huffman, the first African-American woman to chair the Democratic National Convention. Among other topics, they discuss the DNC's record number of minority delegates for next week's convention and why the DNC chose Boston as the host city.

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