Trump Awakening The ‘Sleeping Giant’ Of Latino Voter Engagement In Arizona

03/05/2020 08:41 pm ET by S.V. Date PHOENIX ― Even as Donald Trump’s campaign boasts about “expanding the map” this year to win Minnesota, Oregon and New Mexico ― states he lost in 2016 ― the president recently found himself campaigning to hold the home state of Barry Goldwater, John

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GOP Sends Black Georgia Congresswoman Rep. Lucy McBath a “For Sale” Sign with Her Name On It

By Luke Darby February 26, 2020 At Tuesday night’s Democratic debate, billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg got a little too honest. Referring to the wave of newly elected congressional Democrats who flipped control of the House of Representatives in 2018, Bloomberg said, “Twenty-one of those were people that I spent

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Amanda Edwards is Working to Become the Third Black Woman to Ever Hold a U.S. Senate Seat

by Selena Hill February 8, 2020 After serving her community as a Houston City Council member for four years, Amanda Edwards is now determined to make history. The 38-year-old Texas native was elected in 2015 as one of Houston’s at-large council members and subsequently represented 2.3 million Texans. She also played

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Trump Singles Out 4 Congresswomen Of Color, 2 Jewish Lawmakers As ‘Democrat Savages’

09/28/2019 10:41 pm ET By Mary Papenfuss President Donald Trump attacked “Democrat savages” in a vicious new tweet Saturday following the launch of a formal impeachment inquiry — and specifically referred to four congresswomen of color and Jewish lawmakers Rep. Jerry Nadler (N.Y.) and Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.). He singled

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Rep. Ayanna Pressley To Kellyanne Conway: ‘Keep My Name Out of Your Lying Mouth’

Sanjana Karanth, 07/09/2019 07:55 pm ET HuffPost Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-Mass.) ripped into Kellyanne Conway on Tuesday after the White House counselor mocked the tension between freshmen Democrats and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.). Pelosi has been sparring with Pressley and fellow Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and

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Tommy Hilfiger and Zendaya Cast All Black Models For Runway Show

ByJulia Brucculieri 03/04/2019 The iconic American designer and former Disney star presented their first TommyNow collection on Saturday during Paris Fashion Week. People online couldn’t stop talking about the show, and for a few good reasons. For starters, it was cast entirely with black models ― 59, to be exact

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Senator Kamala Harris ‘Deeply’ Disturbed That Trump Reportedly Heeded Putin Over U.S. Intelligence

02/18/2019 07:53 pm ET By Mary Papenfuss Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) on Monday said it was “deeply disturbing,” “shameful” and the “height of irresponsibility” that President Donald Trump took the advice of Russian President Vladimir Putin over the counsel of U.S. intelligence officials, as reported by former acting FBI Director Andrew

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12 Black Designers Reveal the Career Advice That Transformed Their Lives

By Monique Valeris Feb 19, 2019 For Black History Month, it’s only fitting that we’d choose to highlight interior designers and design taste makers of color who are making their mark in a competitive industry. Here, a few of our favorites reveal the career gems that have contributed to their

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Says There’s ‘No Question’ About Trump’s Racism

By Nick Visser 01/06/2019 10:27 pm ET Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said there’s “no question” President Donald Trump is a racist, citing in an interview that aired Sunday the White House’s response to white supremacist groups and ongoing rhetoric about migrant communities. “The president certainly didn’t invent racism. But he’s

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The Historic Political Gains Made By Black Women In 2018

Donna M. Owens Dec, 20, 2018 When Ayanna Pressley heads to Congress in January, the newly elected Massachusetts representative will work from the same office that Shirley Chisholm once occupied decades ago. The symbolism is powerful: Chisholm was the first Black woman elected to Congress 50 years ago, while Pressley

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