The two senators each got an ‘A-‘, but Biden fared badly in CURE’s rating of the 202 candidates and their racial equity policy proposals.
“We are, as we always have been, in the forefront, but very few times are our issues spoken to directly.”
He was met with boos and groans when he brought up working with Martin Luther King Jr.
The 2020 Democratic hopeful wants to offer true opportunities to the middle class.
The comedian said he has his eye on the Massachusetts senator.
“It’s time to start the national, full-blown conversation about reparations.”
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