“We need to make sure that leadership across the country reflects the diversity of America,” PeteButtigieg said about the the fact that there was only one candidate of color on stage at the #BrownandBlack forum.
The Brown & Black Forums of America is the nation’s oldest minority-focused presidential forum. It took place this year on Monday, Martin Luther King Day in Des Moines, Iowa.
This is what the candidates think that says about the Democratic Party. Eight Democratic presidential hopefuls took questions from VICE News on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Here’s what happened according to Vice.
“We need to make sure that leadership across the country reflects the diversity of America.” —@PeteButtigieg
— VICE News (@vicenews) January 21, 2020
Coming on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the forum gave candidates the chance to address non-white Americans who will comprise one-third of eligible voters for the first time.
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