• WATCH: Stacey Abrams speaks with Yamiche Alcindor on 'how to create real change'

    WATCH: Stacey Abrams speaks with Yamiche Alcindor on 'how to create real change'

    Mar 11, 2019 02:39 PM EDT

    ... to receive a major party gubernatorial nomination last year when she ran for governor of Georgia, will talk Monday with the PBS NewsHour's Yamiche Alcindor about her political career and how to create meaningful change as part of the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas. Abrams and Alcindor ...

  • Top U.S. health officials say states should pause reopening efforts

    Top U.S. health officials say states should pause reopening efforts

    Jul 09, 2020 10:50 PM EDT

    Yamiche Alcindor: Meanwhile, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention insisted his agency is not revising its guidelines for schools to reopen. Dr. Robert Redfield, CDC Director: It's not a revision of the guidelines. It's just to provide additional information to help the schools be ...

  • Despite virus surge, Trump pressures schools to resume in-person classes this fall

    Despite virus surge, Trump pressures schools to resume in-person classes this fall

    Jul 08, 2020 10:55 PM EDT

    When that starts to happen, they will close schools down again. That will impact the economy. That will impact the funding for public school. It will be a vicious, vicious cycle. Yamiche Alcindor: Meanwhile, local officials are making their own plans for the upcoming school year. Today, New York City ...

  • Trump insists on using racist language. Will that approach win him support?

    Trump insists on using racist language. Will that approach win him support?

    Jul 02, 2020 10:40 PM EDT

    Joyce Skelton: You're blaming Trump for what's happening in the race relations? That picture is so much bigger, and we need to all look at that. Yamiche Alcindor: Glaude says, the bigger picture is that Trump is using race to stoke fear, like many Republican leaders before him ...

  • How American voters view Trump's handling of racial unrest and COVID-19

    How American voters view Trump's handling of racial unrest and COVID-19

    Jul 02, 2020 10:38 PM EDT

    ... wear masks because they don't like him, they wear masks because they want to show that they are opposed to him. That is nonsense. Yamiche Alcindor: And President Trump has resisted wearing a mask in public, Chris. You went to a rally in Phoenix, and you yourself didn't ...

  • The Trump administration's views on police reform, race in the pandemic and ACA

    The Trump administration's views on police reform, race in the pandemic and ACA

    Jun 26, 2020 10:40 PM EDT

    ... deal with these disparities. But we're continuing to do more, because closing that gap for these individual communities is something that's very important to the administration. Yamiche Alcindor: Well, thank you so much, Ja'Ron Smith, deputy assistant to President Trump. Ja'Ron Smith: Thanks so much, Yamiche.

  • What to expect from Gen Z voters in 2020 elections

    What to expect from Gen Z voters in 2020 elections

    Jun 22, 2020 10:30 PM EDT

    Marvell Reed: The Democratic best interests right now is Joe Biden. Yamiche Alcindor: One such voter is 18-year-old Marvell Reed from Milwaukee. Marvell Reed: He opened his eyes recently to more issues pertaining to younger people, and I feel wholeheartedly that I can support him. Yamiche Alcindor: Deana ...

  • Tulsa's Black residents mark Juneteenth holiday amid anxiety about Trump rally

    Tulsa's Black residents mark Juneteenth holiday amid anxiety about Trump rally

    Jun 19, 2020 10:45 PM EDT

    ... a steady hand and a stable genius for such a time as this that is an answer to prayer. It's an answer to prayer. Yamiche Alcindor: But the state is experiencing a significant spike in COVID-19 cases. And, this week, city officials, including the Republican mayor, G.T ...

  • How pandemic, police protests created an 'alignment' for racial change

    How pandemic, police protests created an 'alignment' for racial change

    Jun 19, 2020 10:40 PM EDT

    ... to for so long. And choosing that particular date, it just allowed for us to have a much deeper conversation about race in this country. Yamiche Alcindor: We only have a couple seconds left. But, as we think about Juneteenth, after slavery came Jim Crow and KKK and domestic violence ...

  • What Bolton’s book says, and how it affects U.S. standing in the world

    What Bolton’s book says, and how it affects U.S. standing in the world

    Jun 18, 2020 10:45 PM EDT

    ... very proud of what we have done. And it's really a sad thing, because he knew that the president should be removed from office. Yamiche Alcindor: As the legal battle for publication continues, the book's publisher, Simon & Schuster, called the government's efforts to stop the book ...

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