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Race, Gender, and Age – the 2008 Presidential Race

The Sound of Ideas
Friday, February 29, 2008 at 9:00 am
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No matter which candidate ends up in the Oval Office next November – it will be a “first.” It’s down to a woman, an African American, or the oldest president ever to assume office. Issues aside, will the basic facts of age, race and gender influence your vote? How important is it to have a woman or a black man in the White House? And how old is too old? Breaking glass ceilings, tearing down walls, combating ageism on The Sound of Ideas.

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Barbara Danforth, Executive Director of the YWCA of Greater Cleveland
Ambassador Derek Shearer, Chevalier Professor of Diplomacy, Office of Global Affairs, Occidental College
Congresswoman Stephanie Tubbs Jones, Ohio’s 11th Congressional District

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