Sanders supporters hold a demonstration in the DNC Media Pavillion. Approximately 100 protesters made it inside before police barricaded the doors. No one is being allowed in or out.
Yesterday marked the first day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. There, many Native American and Montana activists gathered at the Native American caucus, one of the most attended caucuses of the day. The conversation at the caucus was with the Native American Council.
Many causes joined forces to make up the March for Our lives, which began at Philadelphia’s City Hall and proceeded down Broad Street on Monday, July 25, 2016 toward the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center.
Bernie Sanders, at the California delegation breakfast at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, says Democrats have to “defeat Donald Trump and elect Hillary Clinton,” but not everyone in the crowd agrees.
For the duration of the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, our reporters have been covering the people and activities throughout the convention. From early morning delegate breakfasts at far off hotels, to keynote speakers each night inside the Wells Fargo Center, journalists for the Temple DNC News Bureau captured in words, images and video the people that came to, and for, the convention.
Twenty students from Temple University’s School of Media and Communication reported for news organizations across the US during the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. Local and national media outlets took a look at our operation:
DNC Host Committee chair and former Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell discusses preparations and expectations for the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week.