Fishbowl, D.C., has the scoop: Meghan McCain will be one of five speakers sharing a true story of "bigotry or discrimination" at the Newseum event labeled, "A More Perfect Union: Stories of Prejudice and Power." The speakers will explain how that incident "impacted their identity and outlook."
"The star-studded event is part of a national storytelling tour in support of USA Network’s Characters Unite initiative – www.charactersunite.com – which seeks to end discrimination and bigotry. For the tour, they’ve partnered with The Moth – themoth.org – to use the power of storytelling to promote greater tolerance and acceptance," writes Fishbowl.
Fishbowl recounts that McCain has been under public scrutiny for her weight.
She could also talk about discrimination against 26 year olds. Or blondes.
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