More Talk Radio on 02/22/10
Hosts Celeste Carey and Cecil Prescod interview Solange Hansen on "The Supreme Court on Corporate Spending in Elections."
How does this decision affect the black vote?
Solange Hansen, the National Programs Director of Public Campaign is responsible for co-managing state campaigns and strengthening Public Campaigns work with campaign finance reform allies across the country.
Prior to joining Public Campaign, Solange was a Senior Legislative Advocate for the Service Employees International Union focusing on federal legislation and policy affecting immigrant workers and their families. Immediately After 9/11, Solange criss-crossed the country organizing low wage immigrant workers, conducting workers rights training and highlighting the wave of injustices committed against immigrant workers. Solange also represented SEIU internationally, speaking out on social and economic justice issues impacting low wage workers at the World Social Forum in Porto Allegre, Brazil and at the World Conference on Racism in Barbados. Prior to working at SEIU, Solange served as legislative counsel to U.S. Senator Arlen Specter, legislative counsel for the national American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on first amendment/free speech issues and was Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson.