Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine tells the Progressive National Baptist Convention that this election isn't about the progress that has been made, but about how to address ''so much suffering.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine spoke about issues of racial inequality at a Baptist convention in New Orleans on Thursday. "How do we respond when churchgoers during a bible study by a senseless act of racial violence," Kaine asked, speaking about a white man accused of killing nine black parishioners in an attack at a South Carolina church last year. "It's so important for us in a majority to get out of our comfort zone to learn other realities, and that's what Hillary and I both challenge our Caucasian leaders and Caucasian communities to do," Kaine said. "She's made it clear that taking on these inequities is one of the most important task of being our next president."