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Sunny Hostin discusses her ‘great responsibility’ to represent women of color in ‘The View’

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When The View returns for Season 26 on September 6th, Sunny Hostin will be back. As she enters her sixth year, the former prosecutor considers what “a big responsibility” it is to be a part of the ABC daytime program.

Why The View Forces Ana Navarro to Step Outside Her Comfort Zone. In a video posted by The View’s official Twitter account, the talk show host remarked, This platform can’t be underrated or over-emphasized, because there isn’t a day that goes by that someone doesn’t reach out to me and say, Thank you for being my voice.

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There are so few individuals who get to represent women, and I believe most importantly, women of color for me because our voices have been ignored for so long, she said. I take it so seriously because there are so few people who get to do it.

I’m just really flattered truly and honored to be able to share that perspective, Hostin concluded. It’s an honor to be able to do that for 3 million individuals every single day.

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but she makes an effort nonetheless because she knows that what I say not only reflects upon me, but also upon my family and, most importantly, upon a community.

The View will have new co-hosts Ana Navarro and Alyssa Farah Griffin when Season 26 premieres. The new season of the television show will begin airing on ABC on September 6 at 11 a.m. ET/10 a.m. CT/PT. , , and will all be back.