As election day draws to a close, we'll spend the hour today examining the role of Latino voters in the race. Did Donald Trump inadvertently provoke the very thing he feared: Latinos turning out in droves to vote? Christine Neumann-Ortiz of the group Voces De La Frontera will join us. Then, we'll go live to South Africa where it is already the morning of November 9th. Sameer Dossani of Action Aid will give us an international view of the US election. And finally, Melina Abdullah, an activist with Black Lives Matter will round out the hour with an analysis of what it means to have a woman run for president, how important the intersection of race and gender is in our movements, and what our challenges are post-election.