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Biden & The Black Agenda

Examining the current administration’s promise 1 year later

President Biden with Black Politicians and Activists in 2013 | Photo Courtesy of ABC News

On November 7th, 2020, I wrote the following on my Facebook newsfeed:

“I woke up this morning to a new president. I woke up feeling different. I am so proud of my people I could just burst. Change can’t happen without Black…

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Quintessa

Quintessa

Freelance Writer & Journalist 📝📚| #WEOC | Blackivist| Editor for Cultured, WEOC, & AfroSapiophile. Bylines in Momentum & GEN Publications.

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