After an election full of energy and debate, it’s time tomorrow for a Bold Inauguration Day! It’s sure to be an eventful day!
This week on Bold TV, we are having a special episode in light of Inauguration Day. Clay Aiken will be hosting solo, and Carrie Sheffield will be Skyping in from Washington D.C. (but no worries, Carrie will be back in the studio next week).
To start off the show, we will continue last week’s conversation on race in America. We’ll watch a clip from Clay’s recent trip to Iowa, where he talked with students from diverse backgrounds, from Donald Trump supporters to members of the Muslim community. We will see how this community has been effected by this election season, and if it’s possible to bring such a divided community together.
Clay will then Skype in Carrie and Alyona Minkovski, streaming live from the Watch Us Run conference in Washington D.C. They will discuss the inauguration, as well as Watch Us Run, which Bold is co-sponsoring with Bustle and The Huffington Post. The conference is a non-partisan event that features panels of discussion in politics, media, and others – including a panel moderated by Carrie on what it takes to run for office.
Following this segment, we will be joined over Skype by Pastor Paul Grodell of Beyond the Walls Church in Elyria, Ohio. Pastor Paul will talk about his efforts in helping recovering opioid addicts, and how his own struggles of getting clean has impacted his ability to reach out to others.
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We look forward to having you with us in this exciting and eventful inauguration day on Bold TV.
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Watch our Bold TV Inauguration special episode below:
**Updated post, Watch Us Run programming below **
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