While jobs and the economy are high priorities for black voters, they are not the only priorities.
Many black women have long felt uniquely disrespected by President Trump.
White supremacists found themselves greatly outnumbered on Aug. 12.
For most black voters, there isn’t much value in Manigault Newman speaking up now. They needed her to speak up during the campaign.
The truth is NFL players have been explaining the reasons for their protest at length, on many platforms, and in pretty clear terms, for years.
Ingraham seems to be following one of President Trump’s key rules for dealing with conflict, which is to never apologize. And ideally, to double down when criticized.
Ingraham articulates the “cultural anxiety” of Trump supporters headed into the midterms.
The return of young voters from summer break could influence this very close election.
The election of Rashida Tlaib could be culture-shaping.
The unemployment numbers look encouraging, but black women still get the short end of the stick.
More and more conservatives don’t recognize discrimination.
Trump rarely entertains black Americans’ points.
Most black Christians did not vote for Donald Trump in 2016.
A group whose cultural anxieties drove them to the polls are perpetuating anxiety
Questions remain about the true purpose of the Religious Liberty Task Force.
Historically, sports have united Americans. Some say that has changed under Trump.
Attempts to get details haven’t been fruitful for the press, Congress or even some members of the president’s Cabinet.
The Trump campaign continues to struggle with female voters.
Critics often accused Trump of “using” black surrogates to connect with the electorate