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Want Some Gravy With Those Grievances? : Code Switch : NPR

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For families of color, the recent Presidential campaign season and election results may affect the tone of conversations at Thanksgiving and throughout this holiday season. Shereen and Gene are joined by Kat from the Code Switch Team to dissect dinner table politics. We also hear from people who answered our social media call-out, and later, journalist and professor Asra Nomani and her father Azar talk with Shereen about how they came to terms with political differences in the family. Asra Nomani, a Muslim woman and immigrant, revealed in an op-ed that she voted for Donald Trump.

Family tensions can bubble to the surface during the holidays, especially after a divisive election.

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Family tensions can bubble to the surface during the holidays, especially after a divisive election.

Daniel Fishel for NPR

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