State of the Union
Joe Biden’s State of the Union address will highlight Black Americans whose lives have been drastically affected by police brutality.
From calling for the police to be funded to making fleeting references to issues that disproportionately affect Black people, the president's speech left much to be desired.
Joseph "JoJo" Burgess, a steelworker from suburban Pittsburgh, was invited to sit in Jill Biden's viewing box during the 2022 State of the Union address. President Biden will likely reference Burgess in reference to the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.
White men supporting Trump are attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for ripping his SOTU speech, but are ignoring the laundry list of racist things he has done.
Tiffany Cross, the managing editor of The Beat DC, says Black Democrats should produce a televised event like they're "producing a Black Panther party" trailer in response to Trump's State Of the Union.
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