Anita Hill hasn’t jumped on the Joe Biden bandwagon to support his 2020 candidacy for President, and after meeting with him, she probably won’t anytime soon.
Hill is still haunted by Biden’s handling of the 1991 Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Clarence Thomas and the Senate Judiciary Committee’s treatment of her.
In particular, Biden, who was the chairman of the committee at the time, failed to call witnesses to testify on Hill’s behalf.
Now that Biden is running for President, he knows that his past has caught up with him.
On Thursday his team said Biden reached out to Hill in a phone call, that reportedly didn’t go over so well.
Democratic White House frontrunner Joe Biden is focusing on winning over the Black vote in the South, The Hill is reporting. The former vice president and former U.S. senator hired Symone Sanders, a Black woman and former national press secretary for Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ previous White House campaign, as a senior adviser and […]
Democratic White House frontrunner Joe Biden is focusing on winning over the Black vote and is making strategic moves to do so, The Hill is reporting.
The former vice president and former U.S. senator hired Symone Sanders, a Black woman and former national press secretary for Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders‘ previous White House campaign, as a senior adviser and is consulting with Black lawmakers from Southern districts, The Hill reports. Biden formally announced this week that he is running in the 2020 race for president.
In his announcement video, he focused on the white supremacist marchers who paraded through Charlottesville, Va.
In this episode of DC360, Tiffany Cross reports from Capitol Hill on Biden’s bid for 2020; new legislation to protect women with natural hair from discrimination, a lawmaker’s efforts to seal a person’s record if they have been convicted of simple possession of marijuana and how states around the country are taking steps to disenfranchise Black voters.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) says it’s time to move beyond talking about the problem of Black mothers dying and make hospitals find solutions or pay up.
At the She The People conference in Houston on Wednesday, Sen. Warren rolled out a policy plan that would address the racial disparity between Black and white mothers.
“We have failed our mamas, we have failed our babies,” Sen. Warren told the crowd, eliciting loud cheers and applause.
While the United States has an exceptionally high maternal mortality rate across the board, Black women die at 3 to 4 times the rate of white women.
Black moms in our country are dying from childbirth-related causes 3-4 times more often than white moms.
Joe Biden has hired Symone Sanders, as a senior adviser for his 2020 presidential bid.
The Atlanta Police Department incident report detailing the fatal shooting of community activist, Oscar Cain, gives very little details on his murder because the police officer's body camera had been shut off.
There are a number of issues that Democratic voters care about in the 2020 race for the White House, but the diversity among the candidates is not one of them, according to a Monmouth University poll released Tuesday. In the survey of 801 adults running from April 11-15, about 87 percent said race of […]
In a 1-on-1 interview with theGrio, Sen. Warren addresses her agenda for Black America.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson applauded Trump’s policy proposal to kick undocumented family members of US citizens out of public housing