Cornel West Focuses on Battleground State Michigan In His Presidential Campaign
The renowned scholar and activist is hoping to appeal to Black and Arab-American voters who are disgruntled with the Biden Administration.
Poll Shows Black Voter Frustration With Democratic Party
The battleground states survey suggests Trump could win a high percentage of disgruntled Black voters.
Democrats Fear Low Black Voter Turnout Will Harm Biden’s Reelection Bid
Much of the party’s concerns focus on Black men who feel frustrated with politics.
Survey: Black Americans Still Have Overall Positive View Of Biden
But many Black voters don’t think his policies have made much difference in their lives.
Analysis: How Are Black People Positioned For A Second Biden Presidential Campaign?
The president announced he’s running again in 2024, but with Black people playing such an important role the first time, will he acknowledge that the second time?
OPINION: Here’s Why Black Women Will Turn Out On Election Day And What We Need In Return
If we don’t show up and vote, we may never see the progress that we need in our country.
Black Voters Matter Bus Tour Will Touch 13 States By Election Day
The organization encourages voting as a gateway to building Black political power.
In Poll, Black Voters Indicate Disappointment in Lack of Progress on Joe Biden’s Campaign Promises
The president’s promises to reform policing and provide voting rights protections have been hampered by the Democrats’ inability to overcome a filibuster.
Joint Center Poll Finds Black People Cautiously Optimistic About Biden Presidency
Joint Center Poll Finds Black Americans Cautiously Optimistic But Concerned About Economics and Race