Joe Biden has his eye on the White House and is sharpening his political weapons with hopes he can carve Donald Trump out of the political picture once and for all.
Kamala Harris‘ recent Town Hall performance saw her quizzed on her feelings towards reparations and acknowledging the mountain of wealth African-Americans were forced to create for the nation by way of cruel and sadistic chattel slavery.
Criticised for not taking a strong stance on the matter in the past, Harris offered the young lady who asked her to address the issue an answer which surprised the millions who tuned in.
Find out how below….
Pizzza Hut has launched an investigation into an incident which saw one of its employees insult an innocent African-American child in a disturbing social media post.
Someone needs to find his family’s info, just for safety. That baby deserves a loving home and far far away ppl like him.
— J (@BANGTANTRAPMIX) April 15, 2019
Somebody find out their info that girl isn’t safe
— ? (@hhhhh31876362) April 15, 2019
The 2020 Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson has received praise following a stellar interview on ‘The Breakfast Club’.
There, she mapped out plans to rebuild America by encouraging it to examine its past and find exciting ways to build its future by investing in its entrepreneurial spirit.
Marianne Williamson makes some really great points on the breakfast club.
She’s running for president
— JuJu (@JuJu_Bee53) March 13, 2019
Watch her fascinating conversation (which addresses her feelings on the two-party system, why she believes America owes African-Americans and why she feels the political establishment is detached from the general public)below….
@marwilliamson Thank you for your #breakfastclub interview it was enlightening. I honestly didn’t believe rich white people understood poor & black people issue. I can’t wait to hear more about what you’re doing.
— Brian Clincy (@clincy) March 13, 2019
The latest chapter in Iyanla Vanzant’s ‘Fix My Life’ story introduced to a group of siblings who were molested by their foster “carers” after they were given up for adoption.
Today, after vowing to support the family as it heals, thousands of viewers have urged Vanzant and her OWN boss Oprah Winfrey to alert the authorities and bring their abusers to justice.
The reason situations like this can exist is because way too many people think . . . this is too much; I don’t want to hear this, know this, see this . . . and they/we act like it isn’t going on. In the process children suffer. #FixMyLife
— Iyanla Vanzant (@IyanlaVanzant) March 10, 2019
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Bernie Sanders addressed his thoughts and feelings towards reparations for descendants of enslaved Africans during his time on ‘The Breakfast Club’ today as more 2020 hopefuls find themselves forced to declare where they stand on the matter.
There, on the show that is, he also promised to lead the country with a diverse cabinet if he wins, try his best to rebuild the societal bridges Donald Trump is said to have burned and whether or not he thinks Hillary Clinton intentionally sabotaged his run in 2016.
As 2020 draws closer Democrats hoping to usurp Donald Trump and claim the White House find themselves under pressure to explain how a win for them means a win for groups the party has often used, abused and taken for granted.
One of these groups? The African-American community.
This month, a number of people fear candidate Kamala Harris has ruined her chances of winning after she insinuated that she wasn’t interested in creating policies designed specifically for the group’s benefit and would only do so if the fruit of those policies benefitted everyone.
Fair on paper, worrying in reality.
Why? The concern by many black voters that they are being asked, once again, to support a politician who prioritises everyone else but them.
Barack Obama suspects that entertainers who objectify women in their videos are not comfortable in their sexuality.
The 44th President of the United States made the accurate assertion during a conversation with Steph Curry at the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance summit on Tuesday in which he also remarked on how efforts made by some artists to showcase their wealth often has the opposite affect.
If you were very confident about your sexuality, you don’t have to have eight women around you twerking.Racism historically in this society sends a message that you are “less than”. We feel we have to compensate by exaggerating stereotypical ways are supposed to act. And that’s a trap.