Marci Corea interviews Jeremy Grabiner about voting rights, racism, and political involvement.
Jeremy Grabiner is the host of the Why This Matters podcast. He most recently was the deputy campaign manager for the Monty Bruell for Chattanooga Mayor campaign. He has worked on multiple campaigns and he was the head of accounts and inventory for Riverside Farm Institute, a mission organization in Zambia. He has a masters in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government and a BS in International Business from Southern Adventist University.
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