With all of the issues at stake in reference to the 2020 Presidential Elections, a lot of Black Americans are wondering where they stand.
The state of Black America became a highly discussed topic in 2020 due to several deaths that were the result of racial discrimination and police brutality. These issues were not only raised but recognized internationally with protests.
While many Black Americans see President Donald Trump as a threat, they don’t necessarily see Joe Biden as an ally. And while Trump’s actions, especially during his last four years in office, give them a clear statement on what he’ll do, Biden is still somewhat of a mystery.
In Biden’s campaign, he promises to “rooting out systemic racism from our laws, our policies, our institutions, and our hearts.”
Not too long ago, he released "a comprehensive agenda for African Americans” that includes:
Advance the economic mobility of African Americans and close the racial wealth and income gaps.
Expand access to high-quality education and tackle racial inequity in our education system.
Make far-reaching investments in ending health disparities by race.