At the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night, alongside prominent political figures such as former president Bill Clinton and Massachusetts Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren, everyday people were given the opportunity to share their prospective on a national stage. Examples include Karen Eusanio, an assembly worker at a GM plant, and attorney and women's rights activist, as well as Sandra Fluke.
As a citizen journalist, I asked attendees what they would talk about if they had the opportunity to speak at the DNC. Here are some of the highlights from those interviews.
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