President Joe Biden
The president should be held accountable for what he says. But we shouldn’t reward bad actors with online engagement in the process.
The president's comments Friday reflect a significant turn from early remarks such as telling people they will have to out-organize voter suppression yet again.
Earlier this week, Black to the Future Action Fund released a new poll showing Black adults support major reforms that address Black communities' challenges with long-term solutions instead of quick fixes.
White House Senior Advisor for Public Engagement Trey Baker highlighted several areas of the president's agenda directly impacting Black communities, as the president makes a big push for his expansive infrastructure plan.
To deflect from criticism about his "election integrity" activities, Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin released an ad that is eerily similar to a viral ad released last year by Sen. Raphael Warnock.
Black voices on social media sounded off over the measure, which seemed purely performative at best especially since there's been little effort made to financially compensate the descendants of chattel slavery in the form of reparations.
Including previously introduced proposals such as investments in infrastructure, jobs, childcare and early childhood education, the new Biden budget seeks to reposition Americans socially and economically.
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