The Ellison Report

Sundays

The Ellison Report is a dynamic weekly blend of thought leadership, analysis and data on key issues, people and events impacting our communities here and abroad. 

Produced at WEAA FM, The Ellison Report is available on-air and online to provide listeners with crucial kitchen table intelligence on changes and movements in politics, geopolitics and public policy. Each week brings a fresh round of perspectives on the political process and the influence game, with emphasis placed on how that relates to populations of color. Veteran political strategist and analyst Charles D. Ellison presents a compelling rotation of subject matter experts and personalities examining the polls, campaigns, elections and legislation shaping the world we live in. Listeners can access additional insights through EllisonReport.com while interacting with the program through social media.  

From the issues and challenges rippling through Washington, state capitols and city halls to exclusive interviews with legislators and expert analysis on foreign affairs, The Ellison Report is your weekly national public affairs magazine. 

 

Ways to Connect

This week’s installment of The ER: comparing race-based and class-based affirmative action: which one is it? The troubling aspects of the language employed in this election. Examining the policy response to migration trends. The future of polling. Is Trump trending from his frontrunner status? The linkage between racist cops – and history textbooks.   

Thomas Jayoord

This week’s ER examines the impact of the post-Paris attack on the political map; populist Republicanism vs. corporate Republicanism; Analysis of the Middle East battle space; the relationship between media and presidential candidates; a deeper look at the pros and cons of a minimum wage hike.

Outsider Candidates
YouGov

This week’s installment of The ER: creativity, music and education in the modern economy. Comparing, contrasting outsider/insider candidates and new polling on black face. Examining youth political engagement and voting rights today as opposed to yesterday. And: why are presidential candidates having fun on the campaign trail? Racial isolation on college campuses, why that’s important. ER talks with Congressional Black Caucus Chair Rep. G.K. Butterfield (D-NC).   

Reflective Democracy Campaign

ER throws a dose of skepticism on the so-called "recovery." The diplomatics of a downed Russian airliner. The country's politicians are far whiter than we know. Missouri Sen. Maria Chappelle-Nadal talks Congressional run and post-Ferguson. Misplaced My Brother's Keeper rhetoric - & intentions? Where's the GOP field now amid post-debate shake-ups? 

ER talks about one of the most important features in Congress you'll never know. A look at cash in state/local races - & the big money in prez politics. Scott Walker's demise, Paul Ryan's rise from a WI perspective. Hip hop legend Jean Grae. Chewing on polls w/ YouGov. 

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