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Journalist Farai Chideya Centers Women of Color's Voices in 'Our Body Politic'

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Journalist Farai Chideya's new radio show "Our Body Politic" airs Saturdays at 6 p.m. through January on KQED. (Deneka Peniston)

In her new podcast and radio show “Our Body Politic,” journalist Farai Chideya reports on how women of color experience the major political events of today and how they’re impacting those very issues. The show also explores how we might collectively rebuild America in ways that nourish women of color and their communities. Chideya, who has covered the past six presidential elections for outlets including CNN, NPR and FiveThirtyEight, joins us to talk about her new show.


Farai Chideya, journalist; creator and host, "Our Body Politic" podcast and radio show


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