It’s time for the Presidential hopeful to share and discuss his platform on race — and understand his place in the eyes of the Black electorate. Plus, a rare endorsement from this blog. About four years ago, but without a public endorsement, I categorized the Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Presidential race as a question […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 3: how Biden can fix the mess he’s made
Presumptive Presidential candidate Joe Biden clearly had a problem with coherently discussing a vision for racial equity with Charlamagne tha God. But why? The Vice President’s remarks during yesterday’s appearance on The Breakfast Club can be entered as evidence of a problem he has with holding a serious discussion about race in America. I’ll go […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 2: Biden has been enabled to have enough nerve to say that.
Lawd. The Democratic Presidential candidate’s appearance with Charlamagne tha God yesterday has left plenty to unpack — and the “You ain’t Black” comment is the least of them. But I’ll cover that too. Here’s the first of three parts. Joe Biden’s words — spoken and not — speak volumes about the lens he places on […]Read More ‘You ain’t Black’ Part 1: what will you do for Black people — er, what the hell did you just say, Vice President Biden?