There has been a lot of talk since Super Tuesday and the March 17th primaries about who turned Joe Biden’s campaign around. The consensus seems to be the African American vote did. Now that doesn’t mean all African Americans agree entirely with Biden’s views. It means African Americans are recognizing the power of their votes if they get together shoulder to shoulder.
So let’s get smart and take a note from our Black brothers and sisters. If we – women, the LGTBQ community, Native Americans, immigrants – stand together with them, we will build an alliance so strong we can gain the power politically and economically once and for all.
Of course we will continue to have our differences but we must believe no issue that separates us is more important than the common oppression we share. Then we must not buy into the hatred and divisiveness that is being fueled by Donald Trump and the Republicans.
We can be victorious and then begin the work of making America all it can be for all of us.