Who Should Black Men Vote For?

Every few years, we have the opportunity to elect our country’s leaders. In 2012, we showed up and voted en masse to keep Obama in office. That year, an impressive percentage of black voters participated in the election, exceeding the percentage of white voters. In 2016, we hit the snooze button and Trump won the election. If you want your vote to benefit the Black community, here is what you should look for in the candidate you choose to back in the 2020 election.

Candidate track record

This November, we need to elect leaders who will stand with us and fight for a more just America — one that offers equal opportunities for all. We need a president who openly points out crimes committed against minorities, particularly by the criminal justice system and law enforcement agencies.

One thing is certain, that leader isn’t Donald Trump. The president’s current chief advisor Miller was caught perpetrating strongly white nationalist views and stirring fear and ethnic division. To date, he hasn’t faced the expected reprecussions from the top office.

The President also got an endorsement from David Duke, an ex KKK leader, and probably one of the most racist people in the United States.

Show me your friends, and I will show you who you are. Donald Trump is not the person we can expect lasting solutions from, he has already chosen to side with the oppressors.

Someone who desires change

A champion for equality

In all offices, silence regarding these crucial issues signifies incompetence and consent.

Someone Who Is Concerned With Workforce Empowerment

In conclusion

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