As the country faces a civil rights crisis, women of color are actively involved in shaping our American democracy, whether by running or serving in elected office or leading political campaigns. Why is it so important for women of color to have representation in elected office? And what actions can be taken to recruit and support women of color on their political journey? Join us for a conversation with A’shanti Gholar, founder of the podcast "The Brown Girls Guide to Politics" and president of Emerge America; and Janelle King, co-founder of Speak Georgia and panelist on the TV show "The Georgia Gang," moderated by Dr. Victoria DeFrancesco Soto. Presented in Partnership with the LBJ Women's Campaign School.