#1638: The Election, The Press, And Race
Anna Holmes, Tanzina Vega, and Tanner Colby are joined by Jamelle Bouie to discuss the way the press has handled issues of race throughout the presidential election season, as well as the implications of the police assassinations of Black men in Tulsa and Charlotte.

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Tanzina Vega is a digital correspondent for CNNMoney where she covers race and inequality in America. Prior to working at CNN, Vega was a staff reporter for The New York Times where she created and covered a beat on race and ethnicity for the national desk, reported on digital media and advertising for the business desk and covered the New York City courts for the metro section. Follow her on Twitter, @tanzinavega

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Jamelle Bouie is Slate’s chief political correspondent.
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SOURCES
Election 2016 Update: Latinos for Trump Founder

[WATCH] Samantha Bee Torches Presidential Race Coverage In 'Full Frontal' Return | Deadline

Why the Media Is Botching the Election | New Republic

Trump's "basket of deplorables": Hillary Clinton was right. | Slate

Samantha Bee: Trump's Candidacy Is The Bed Media Made By Giving Him Billions In Free Airtime | Media Matters

Inside the Mind of the Undecided Voter | GQ

Josh Barro on Twitter: "I think if we're going to (reasonably) define racism quite broadly, then we have to think of it as a bad personal trait, not a horrible one." | Twitter

I Was RFK's Speechwriter. Now I'm Voting for Trump. Here's Why. | POLITICO Magazine

Adam Servianski on Twitter: "this is piece is a good example of how the toxic core of trumpism is being made respectable" | Twitter

Liberals keep denigrating the new nationalism as racist. This is nonsense. | The Week

Conflicting Policy From Trump: To Keep, and Remove, Tax Cut | The New York Times

The Truth About 'False Balance' - The New York Times | The New York Times

Police Killings of Terence Crutcher and Keith Lamont Scott

Why body cameras don't solve everything | CNN

Riots are destructive, dangerous, and scary -- but can lead to serious social reforms | Vox

I was an African-American before I was a police officer' | CNN

Video Released in Terence Crutcher's Killing by Tulsa Police | The New York Times

Tulsa officer charged with manslaughter in fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher | The Grio

Charlotte protests erupt over police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott | Vox

The outrageous North Carolina law that could stop the public from seeing police shooting videos | Vox

2 shootings: Why Charlotte exploded and Tulsa prayed | CNN

Wife of Keith Scott, Charlotte Shooting Victim, Filmed Police Encounter | The New York Times


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