Election officials sent over 185,000 voters contact notices, a preliminary step before purging, prompting renewed calls for passage of the For the People Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and House Speaker David Ralston are placing the blame on everyone except for themselves.
The sixth Democratic debate will be the first of this season without a single African American candidate on the stage, leaving uncertainty about who, if anyone, will speak up for Black lives.
The Center for Urban and Racial Equity released its 2020 Racial Justice Presidential Scorecard, a "first of its kind" that analyzes presidential candidates' policy proposals through a racial equity lens.
He unleashes his thoughts in a speech.
Julián Castro is unbothered by his views affecting his numbers at the poll.
With such a heavy emphasis on Black voters, the silence from Julián Castro’s absence on the stage could be deafening when it comes time for candidates to debate issues important to African Americans.
The presidential candidate makes some bold suggestions.
Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro was the lone Democratic presidential candidate to mention the recent scourge of police shootings that have disproportionately targeted Black people, including Atatiana Jefferson.
When the topic of Donald Trump's foreign trade policy came up during the third Democratic debate, Kamala Harris had some time on her hands.
Charles Barkley air-balled a layup of a question ahead of the second Democratic debate in Detroit when he was asked point-blank if he thought Donald Trump was a racist.
Castro was the previous secretary of HUD, now Ben Carson is rolling back the progress he made.
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