In the Blackest setting yet for Democratic debates, the all-white lineup of presidential candidates showed their truest of colors when discussing the Charleston church massacre during the debate in South Carolina.
Joe Biden said that Kamala Harris is “qualified to be president" and that he would "consider her for anything that she would be interested in,” like being his vice-presidential running mate if he wins the Democratic nomination.
Deval Patrick blasted the process that has left the field of Democratic presidential candidates on the verge of having no racial diversity at all.
The sixth Democratic debate took place in Los Angeles one day after House Democrats impeached President Donald Trump.
Polling shows that Cory Booker and Kamala Harris, the only two viable Black candidates running for president, have very low support among Black voters. Why?
The week spent in Atlanta only served to crystallize where each candidate falls within the party and how those placements reflect attitudes about Black voters, especially among the frontrunners.
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