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Where Does the “Uncommitted” Movement Go From Here?

On this episode of See How They Run, Waleed Shahid and James Zogby on what’s next for the grassroots movement for Gaza.

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Where Does the Uncommitted Movement Go From Here? | See How They Run
byThe Nation Magazine

On this episode of the Nation's new election podcast, See How They Run, D.D. Guttenplan is joined by Waleed Shahid to discuss how the "uncommitted" movement got started and what he thinks its impact on 2024 will be. Then, James Zogby on the Democratic Party's complicated relationship with the Arab American community and how the "uncommitted" campaign can influence the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

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Pro-Palestinian demonstrators protest in Dearborn, Michigan, as President Biden attends the NAACP Freedom Fund dinner in Detroit, Michigan, on May 19, 2024.

For our first episode of See How They Run, The Nation‘s new election coverage podcast, I’m joined by Waleed Shahid to discuss how the “uncommitted” movement got started and what he thinks its impact on 2024 will be.

Then, James Zogby on the Democratic Party’s complicated relationship with the Arab American community and how the “uncommitted” campaign can influence the Democratic National Convention in Chicago.

Waleed Shahid is a progressive strategist and former spokesperson for Justice Democrats, the group that helped recruit and elect the Squad. James Zogby is the president of the Arab American Institute and a longtime member of the Democratic National Committee.

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Does Trump's Conviction Change Anything? | See How They Run
byThe Nation Magazine

On this episode of See How They Run, D.D. Guttenplan is joined by The Nation's Joan Walsh and Jeet Heer for a roundtable discussion about the fallout from Donald Trump's felony conviction in New York. What will the guilty verdict mean for Trump's chances in November? How should the Democrats respond to the conviction? And will any of this ultimately matter?

Joan Walsh, a national affairs correspondent for The Nation, is a coproducer of The Sit-In: Harry Belafonte Hosts The Tonight Show and the author of What’s the Matter With White People? Finding Our Way in the Next America. Her latest book (with Nick Hanauer and Donald Cohen) is Corporate Bullsh*t: Exposing the Lies and Half-Truths That Protect Profit, Power and Wealth In America.

Jeet Heer is a national affairs correspondent for The Nation and host of the weekly Nation podcast, The Time of Monsters. He also pens the monthly column “Morbid Symptoms” and is the author of In Love with Art: Francoise Mouly’s Adventures in Comics with Art Spiegelman (2013) and Sweet Lechery: Reviews, Essays and Profiles (2014).

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