This event is free and open to the community. Tickets are optional but recommended. For details, please visit bit.ly/NationalAgenda_Oct4. If you are unable to attend in person, you may view the livestream here. The link will become active 10 minutes before the 7:30 pm start time.
Asma Khalid covered the presidential election of 2016 for NPR and WBUR in Boston. She joined NPR’s political team to focus on the intersection of demographics and politics. She was also a founding member of the NPR Politics podcast. After the election, Khalid drew attention with her essay, “What It Was Like as a Muslim to Cover the Election,” where she described public reaction as she traveled the country talking to voters at town halls, rallies, churches, and diners.
The National Agenda "As We Stand, Divided" speaker series is hosted by the Center for Political Communication. It is held at the University of Delaware's Mitchell Hall on these Wednesday evenings: September 6, September 20, October 4, October 18, November 1, and November 15. National Agenda is made possible with support from the University of Delaware Office of the Provost.