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Warren Promises To Address Racial Inequality To African-American Voters

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Warren Promises To Address Racial Inequality To African-American Voters

Warren Promises To Address Racial Inequality To African-American Voters

U.S. Sen.

Elizabeth Warren promised she would address historic injustice and inequality toward African-Americans.

According to Reuters, she and other Democrats are challenging Joe Biden’s dominance among black voters.

Warren called for “a full-blown national conversation about reparations” for slavery.

The Democratic contender said the government created the racial divide in America.

Therefore, the federal government has the “obligation to fix it.”

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