Apr 152013
 


President in CrowdSome say he ignored blacks’ needs in his first term. Here’s what Sharpton and others hope for now.
 By Keli Goff, theroot.com

(The Root) — President Barack Obama has been a target of endless criticism since taking office, most notably from conservative corners, as well as from some blatant racists. But despite the nearly universal support he enjoyed among African Americans in both the 2008 and 2012 presidential elections, some of his most impassioned critics have come from within the black community, and some of their most passionate criticism has focused on the concern that the first black president has not focused on addressing issues of particular importance to the black community or on successfully tackling a black agenda. The Congressional Black Caucus was especially critical of the Obama administration’s silence on black unemployment, for instance.      See article here.

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  2 Responses to “Will Obama Push a “Black Agenda” Now?”

  1. I believe that the President requires our support to push a black agenda and the agenda must be framed in ‘American’ terms.

  2. I totally agree with Mr. Wimberly “that The President requires our support to push a black agenda..” This is why after the successful Historical 2012 Chicago National Black Agenda that the National Black Agenda Consortium has built this Website as a first step and tool to educate, organize and mobilize African Americans and people of African descent to collaboratively address the myriad of issues affecting our communities locally, nationally and internationally.

    {Grace, Peace and Blessings}

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