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Rev. Lennox Yearwood Has Some Interesting Advice for Young Voters, Launches Respect My Vote! Campaign

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“This is the year where we are taken seriously in politics.” In the year 2016, civic engagement within communities of color has taken on a whole new definition. REGISTER TO VOTE GET ELECTION REMINDERS https://www.facebook.com//videos/403556060649855 Eight years after witnessing the election of the United States of America’s first black president, a new generation of change […]

Hillary Clinton Wins Tuesday Primaries; Bernie Sanders Staying For The Long Haul

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Last night [Tuesday, April 26], Hillary Clinton walked away with four states in her back pocket as Bernie Sanders managed to take hold of Rhode Island while holding down a slim margin between himself and former Secretary Clinton in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Connecticut, and Maryland. While all signs would point to Sanders finally ending his bid […]

Here’s What’s At Stake In Today’s Primaries

Today [Tuesday, April 26] voters will take to the polls in the states of Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland and Delaware. For Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, this means the opportunity to score some pretty big wins, further widening the gap between themselves and their opponents. On the Republican side of things, Senator Ted Cruz […]

Why The Black Vote Very Much Matters in New York

Why The Black Vote Very Much Matters in New York

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton have been fighting fiercely to appeal to the Black vote ahead of New York’s primary contests on April 19, and the results seem pretty cloudy. No matter who ends up on the ballot come November 2016, the Democratic party will have to both entice and inspire the Black voter in […]

The African-American Gap Between Clinton and Sanders Is Getting Smaller

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Here’s something you might be interested in. In late February, polls had Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders among African-Americans by 52 points in Wisconsin. Fast-forward a month later, and Clinton’s lead diminished to a nine-point lead, and by March 31, a new Public Policy poll had Sanders leading in African-American voters by 11 points. REGISTER […]

David Banner Questions Hillary Clinton’s “Super Predator” Remarks

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Hillary Clinton has received support from a handful of artists like K. Michelle and Waka Flocka but David Banner recently questioned the Democratic candidate about controversial remarks she made 20 years ago. Yesterday [Tuesday March 8] Banner took to Twitter (and Instagram) to ask Mrs. Clinton the following questions pertaining to her comments on “super predators”: “What exactly do […]

All Eyes On The Second Round of Super Tuesday

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‘Super Tuesday 2’ is upon us and today we will witness whether or not the two respective front runners can hold their places as top presidential hopefuls. Hillary Clinton will be looking to capture the win in Michigan against opponent Bernie Sanders as a means of creating the momentum she hopes to gain to propel into […]

BREAKING NEWS: Hillary Clinton Wins South Carolina Primary

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This week’s recurrent theme has been the Black vote, and which Democratic candidate would succeed at grasping it. As predicted by entrance polls, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton took the South Carolina Democratic primary tonight [Saturday, February 27] in a very significant shift in the Democratic race. REGISTER TO VOTE GET ELECTION REMINDERS https://www.facebook.com//videos/403556060649855 […]

Why the Black Vote Really Matters in 2016

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Sunday [February 21, 2016], Bernie Sanders traveled to West Columbia, South Carolina as he joined some 300 patrons of a historically Black Baptist church during a post-service dinner. The stop was his first since losing the vote to Hillary Clinton in Nevada, and the first among many before voters in South Carolina take to the […]

Bernie Sanders Is Closing The Gap Between Hillary Clinton In National Polls

For the majority of the race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders for the democratic nominee, Clinton held a commanding lead in national polls. As the race carries on, the space between the two has narrowed heavily. According Reuters/Ipsos polls, she is hanging 48-45 percent. Also, Quinnipiac University’s poll showed Hillary up 44-42 as of […]