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Yvette Carnell is the founder of BreakingBrown.com and the host of Breaking Brown LIve: The Call-In Show.

The call-in show requires thousands of dollars in camera and technical equipment, as well as research hours. We can only survive as an alternative media outlet if we're supported by viewers and subscribers.

Before embarking on a career in new media, Yvette served as a Congressional aide, first to Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and later to former Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR).

In her time on the Hill, she also worked as Regional Field Director for America’s Families United (AFU), one of the largest non-profit Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaigns active during the 2004 election cycle.

In the broader Democratic Party, she served as assistant to the Director of the Women’s Vote Center at the Democratic National Committee (DNC). She has since distanced herself from the Democratic Party and considers herself an independent.

Her articles have been featured in the Huffington Post and YourBlackWorld. She has been featured by national news outlets including, but not limited to; The Nation, The Guardian, Politico and NPR.

She received a B.A. in Political Science from Howard University.
Yvette Carnell is the founder of BreakingBrown.com and the host of Breaking Brown LIve: The Call-In Show.

The call-in show requires thousands of dollars in camera and technical equipment, as well as research hours. We can only survive as an alternative media outlet if we're supported by viewers and subscribers.

Before embarking on a career in new media, Yvette served as a Congressional aide, first to Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and later to former Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR).

In her time on the Hill, she also worked as Regional Field Director for America’s Families United (AFU), one of the largest non-profit Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaigns active during the 2004 election cycle.

In the broader Democratic Party, she served as assistant to the Director of the Women’s Vote Center at the Democratic National Committee (DNC). She has since distanced herself from the Democratic Party and considers herself an independent.

Her articles have been featured in the Huffington Post and YourBlackWorld. She has been featured by national news outlets including, but not limited to; The Nation, The Guardian, Politico and NPR.

She received a B.A. in Political Science from Howard University.

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