Monday, September 28, 2015

Elizabeth Warren: ‘Black Lives Matter. Black Citizens Matter. Black Families Matter.’

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NATION DAILY: September 28, 2015

 
Elizabeth Warren: 'Black Lives Matter. Black Citizens Matter. Black Families Matter.'
 

In a landmark speech, Warren proposes a progressive politics that protects black people from violence, ensures access to the ballot box, and builds economic opportunity.

 
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