Senator Cory Booker Ends Presidential Campaign

January 14, 2020 Staff 0

Senator Cory Booker (Anthony Pezzotti, Staff Photographer of The Philly Inquirer) He spoke more pointedly about Black voters than any candidate in the race, and had memorable moments disagreeing with Joe Biden. By Kevin Robillard […]

Sharpton to Join “Take on Tallahassee Rally”

January 10, 2020 admin 0

  Tallahassee—The Reverend Al Sharpton will join leading educators from across the nation to rally for public schools at the Florida Capitol January 13, 2020. Sharpton, a renowned civil rights advocate, MSNBC commentator and President of […]

Kentucky Swears in First African American Attorney General

December 19, 2019 admin 0 Daniel Cameron has been sworn in as Kentucky’s next attorney general. He is the first Republican to hold the office since 1948 and the first African American elected on his own ticket to statewide office, WVXU […]

Five Myths about Black Voters

December 6, 2019 admin 0

By Theodore R. Johnson  Theodore R. Johnson is a senior fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University’s McCourt School of Public Policy. Dec. 6, 2019 at 12:02 p.m. EST […]

Kamala Harris Ends Presidential Bid

December 3, 2019 Staff 0

The only Black woman seeking the Democratic nomination for president will suspend her campaign, according to multiple reports. Kamala Harris, the senator from California, will reportedly withdraw her candidacy on Tuesday. “The California Democrat informed her […]

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