Today is a newsworthy day which includes the president’s State of the Union address. It is also the day after a chaotic Iowa Caucuses.
AURN White House Correspondent speaks with with Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (D-OH) about the president’s address, where she is undecided whether to attend because of Trump’s theme, “The Great American Comeback.”
The 15th Amendment, granting African American men the right to vote, was ratified #OTD 150 years ago.— Rep. Marcia L. Fudge (@RepMarciaFudge) February 3, 2020
A century and a half later, African Americans still face discrimination & barriers to the ballot box.
The struggle to secure the right to vote continues. #BlackHistoryMonth
On the Iowa Caucuses, Rep. Fudge is concerned at the very least that it is not uniform with the voting other procedures in this nation.
What’s at stake this year for the Black community?— The Black Caucus (@TheBlackCaucus) February 3, 2020
Criminal Justice Reform.
That’s why @TheBlackCaucus is hosting the National Black Leadership Summit.
It’s Time to Wake Up! #CBC2020Summit pic.twitter.com/4gEf8i2kha
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