Congressman James E. Clyburn combines history and politics while discussing the lessons of the past, the politics of the present, and how we must learn from those experiences to help shape the future.
We Must Protect the Right to Vote Part 2 ft. Spencer Overton
On this episode of Clyburn Chronicles, I sat down with voting rights expert and president of the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, Spencer Overton. Tune in as we continue the conversation about the importance of securing the right to vote for all Americans.
We Must Protect the Right to Vote ft. Congressman G.K. Butterfield
On this episode of Clyburn Chronicles, I sat down with my good friend and fellow history lover, Congressman G.K. Butterfield to talk about the importance of voting rights. Tune in as we take a deep dive into the long history of the fight for the right to vote and examine the voting rights battles we're still fighting today.
Remembering John Lewis ft. Ambassador Andrew Young
On this very special episode, I'm joined by my friend, Ambassador Andrew Young, to remember the life and legacy of our good friend, John Robert Lewis. We also talk about our shared history of the civil rights movement and look forward toward the future of today's movement in the fight for civil and human rights.
Pandemics and Protests ft. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms
On this episode of Clyburn Chronicles, I'm joined by the Mayor of Atlanta, Keisha Lance Bottoms, to talk about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as well as the recent police brutality protests following the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Rayshard Brooks.
The Need for Accessible, Affordable Broadband ft. Rep. Ro Khanna
On this episode of Clyburn Chronicles, I sat down with fellow Congressman, Ro Khanna, to talk about the urgent need for all Americans to have access to affordable high-speed internet, especially given the rise of online schooling and teleworking in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
We Must Be Counted: The Importance of the Census ft Reverend Al Sharpton
I sat down with my good friend, Reverend Al Sharpton, in early March to talk about the importance of the 2020 Census, and why we must all make sure that we are counted. Make sure you complete your 2020 Census today by filling it out online at 2020census.gov, by phone (844-330-2020), or by mail.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Astute and articulate
Deft handling of current and difficult issues. Great conversations
A smart man I could vote for
Just listened to the New Yorker Radio Hour podcast with Mr. Clyburn. Thoroughly enjoyed listening to his thoughts. The country needs more minds like his. Too bad I live in Colorado and am not able to vote for him. He gave me hope that Congress will not be stalemated forever.
Rep. Clyburn is amazing
I love hearing directly from a civil rights legend and his insight is extremely valuable