Tuesday, April 23, 1996

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    A look at issues in the state of Pennsylvania on the day of their primary. Participants in conversation include: DENISE JONES, News Director, WRTI-FM, Temple University Public Radio; KAMAL LATHAM, a 22 year old senior and past Student Body President at Temple University, majoring in political science and history; JUDY CLAUDE, Executive Director of Bread and Roses Community Fund, a local foundation that supports progressive social justice groups; and LINN WASHINGTON, Executive Editor of the Philadelphia New Observer and author of Black Judges on Justice.

  • Emily’s List

    In recent years, there’s been growing attention to the gender gap, a statistic that shows how men and women vote differently. Studies have shown that women candidates fare better when more women turn out at the polls. Emily’s List raises money to support pro-choice Democratic women candidates running for Congress.

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