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The Next America - Politics 2012 / Next America

Gallery of Stories: Diversity Key Topic at DNC

September 3, 2012

Race, diversity, and equality are all undercurrents in politics and in a nation facing shifting demographics. This gallery is a visual compilation of stories adding to the conversation at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. 

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Black Democrats: Stakes Too High to Sit Out Election Day by Beth Reinhard(AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Booker Rocked, but Not on Prime Time by Naureen Khan(Liz Lynch)


Tomorrow's Democrat: Who Could Run in 2016? -- PICTURES by Brian Resnick(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

On Race, Obama Treads With Caution by Ron Fournier and Caren Bohan(Youtube)

Valerie Jarrett: The Pro Who Might as Well Be Family by Beth Reinhard(Haraz N. Ghanbari/AP)


Villaraigosa: Republican Platform 'Looks Like the Platform of 1812' by Chris Frates and Jonathan Miller(Chet Susslin)

Nevada Voters Key, but no Guarantee, for Obama by Shane Goldmacher(Shane Goldmacher)


Analysis: Calculating the Color of Election Math If Obama again snags 80 percent of all minority voters, he wins; with 61 percent of white ballots, Romney will. Such calculations underscore the depth of racial polarization. By Ronald Brownstein.(AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

The Hidden History of the American Electorate Analysis of exit-poll results from the past eight presidential elections shows how demographic groups are—and aren’t—shifting in their voting preferences. By Ronald Brownstein.(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite (top), AP Photo/Jae C. Hong (bottom))

National Hispanic Leaders Roll Out Policy Agenda Voting rights, immigration dominated economic-oriented issues list. By Rosa Ramirez.(AP Photo/Nick Ut)

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