The NAACP is live streaming online coverage of the 2020 election in an effort to bring forward timely, relevant, and authentic stories of the Black experience in critical cities and swing states from around the country.
The NAACP has also planned to host a Virtual National Town Hall on Wednesday night beginning at 8 p.m. ET to review the outcome and impact of this pivotal election.
The schedule for Election Night is as follows:
Introduction and Election Overview co-hosted by Mark Thompson and Aisha C. Mills and featuring NAACP President Derrick Johnson, Rep. Marcia Fudge and pollster Henry Fernandez, who will take audience calls and questions.
Power of Black Women Vote, Power of Black Male Vote, to be co-hosted by Jemelle Hill and Mark Thompson with analysis from pollster Terrence Woodbury and audience calls and questions.
COVID-19 Impacts, Employment, Economics, co-hosted by Britany Cooper and Michael Eric Dyson along with featured guests and audience calls and questions.
Black Lives Matter, Legislative Outlook, co-hosted by Adora Jenkins and Marc Lamont Hill with featured guests and audience calls and questions.
Election Recap, co-hosted by Adora Jenkins and Marc Lamont Hill with featured guests and audience calls and questions.
Watch the NAACP’s live coverage of the 2020 election below.
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