The 2016 election season has already altered the way we look at politics, much in part to the meteoric rise of GOP front runner Donald Trump. But for some minority voters, the chaos of the current political scene leaves them feeling disconnected with the political parties they’ve always known.  Demetrius Minor, a long-time black Republican, grew frustrated with his party and decided to renounce his affiliation last month.

Demetrius Minor and Omkari Williams-Hill discuss the current state of unaffiliated minority voters.

We talk to Minor about his decision and former political consultant Omkari Williams-Hill joins the conversation to talk about how to reach minority voters across America.