Black Americans Are More Doubtful About Participating In The Census, Survey Finds

10/18/2019 01:23p.m. By Sam Levine Black Americans are roughly twice as likely as their white counterparts to express doubts about participating in the 2020 census, according to a survey from the Pew Research Center released Friday. A combined 26% of Black respondents said in the survey that they might not,

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April Ryan: Trump Sends a Message When He ‘Denigrates Black Women’ So Much

by Josh Feldman | Nov 10th, 2018 American Urban Radio Networks White House correspondent April Ryan has a new op-ed in the Washington Post calling out President Donald Trump for his continued attacks on the press. Specifically, for the way he insulted not just her, but PBS’ Yamiche Alcindor and

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Andrew Gillum on Trump ‘Thief’ Attack: ‘Never Wrestle With a Pig’

The Daily Beast Florida’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Andrew Gillum, hit back against President Trump late Monday after the president called him a “stone cold thief” in a Fox News interview. Trump had claimed Florida “will become Venezuela” if Gillum wins the election, telling Fox News’ Laura Ingraham that he is

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A Week of American Hate: Bombs Mailed, Black People Executed, Jews Slaughtered

By Andy Campbell and Sebastian Murdock 10/27/2018 07:11 pm ET A man executed two black people at a grocery store, but didn’t engage a white man outside because “whites don’t shoot whites.” A Donald Trump supporter and apparent anti-Semite who looked up to white supremacists sent bombs in the mail

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White North Carolina Woman Tells Black Sisters Waiting For AAA ‘You Don’t Belong’

By David Barden 10/28/2018 12:11 pm ET A North Carolina woman has been dubbed “South Park Susan” after harassing two black sisters waiting for AAA outside an apartment complex in south Charlotte. Videos of the incident, which were shared by Chele Garris on Facebook, show the woman repeatedly asking the

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Michelle Obama Is Challenging People To Start Voting Squads As Midterms Near

By Kimberley Richards Michelle Obama is continuing her efforts to increase voter turnout in the midterm elections, this time by encouraging people to secure a squad. The former first lady is the co-chair of When We All Vote, a nonpartisan nonprofit focused on getting people to the polls. The #VotingSquad challenge encourages

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Early Voting Surges Ahead of U.S. Elections, and Complaints Follow

Liz Hampton October 26, 2018 / 5:33 PM MARIETTA, Ga. (Reuters) – Hope Norris showed up two weeks early to vote in Marietta, Georgia, and waited 45 minutes to cast a ballot for Democrat Stacey Abrams, who could become the first black woman governor elected in U.S. history. The 55-year-old

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Obama Rips Trump, GOP In Fiery Speeches for Midwest Democrats

By IVAN MORENO and DAVID EGGERT DETROIT (AP) — Former President Barack Obama criticized President Donald Trump’s tenure in office Friday in fiery speeches in Milwaukee and Detroit that took aim at him and other Republicans for “making stuff up.” The speeches were among Obama’s sharpest and most direct takedowns

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Florida Gubernatorial Candidate Andrew Gillum Rips Trump For Insulting His City, Tallahassee Florida With Cowardly Lies

By Tommy Christopher – October 21, 2018 Trump thought he could attack Tallahassee Mayor and Democratic candidate for governor Andrew Gillum (D-FL) with impunity this weekend — but Gillum immediately stood up to Trump’s dishonesty and cowardice. On Saturday, Trump tweeted in support of Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) and his

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