Touré, Danielle Moodie Mills to Offer Fresh, Unapologetically Black and Aggressively Progressive in New Podcast

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Democracyish
Democracyish
NEW YORK - July 29, 2019 - PRLog -- Touré, TV host, podcaster, and author, and Danielle Moodie-Mills, a political columnist at Zora Magazine at Medium and the host of #WokeAF Sundays on SiriusXM, are launching their new podcast, "democracyish", with a two-part, unbridled dismantling analysis of the Democratic debate.

Toure and Moodie-Mills will record two shows immediately following the second series debates taking place in Detroit at the Fox Theatre Tuesday (July 30) and Wednesday, (July 31) nights. The shows will be available Wednesday and Thursday mornings. Democracyish focuses on the 2020 election, offering insights from an unapologetically progressive viewpoint.

"We're going to talk about these debates in a way that most of the networks and cable shows won't," Touré said. "Who's next in line to come for Joe Biden's neck? Who will promise to punch Trump the hardest, figuratively-speaking, of course? Will Marianne Williamson sage the stage? And will anyone promise to serve the needs of the Black voters who are the base of the party?"

Danielle Moodie-Mills is a political columnist at Zora Magazine at Medium, a new platform for women of color and is a regular political commentator on MSNBC. She also is the creator and former co-host of the podcast, "Politini".
 Touré is also host of the two-year-old podcast Toure Show, which has had over one million downloads. He was the co-host of MSNBC's 3 p.m. show "The Cycle" and also an on-air host at MTV, Fuse, and BET as well as a correspondent at CNN. He's also the host of the podcast Free MFA, a show about writing. He has written five books, including the Prince biography, "I Would Die 4 U: Why Prince Became An Icon."

Audio clips are available for rebroadcast. The full episodes are available for download on any podcast platform including: Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify.

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