Black Clergy To Joe Biden: If You Really Want To Win, Pick A Black Woman For Vice President
Black clergy leaders from across the country have signed an open letter to Vice President Joe Biden insisting that he choose one of the many qualified Black women political leaders for Vice President.
They believe that having a Black woman on the ticket offers the best scenario for Democrats to be victorious in the 2020 Presidential election.
One of the signees, Rev. Dr. Barbara Williams-Skinner, Co-chair of the National Black Clergy Network spoke with Roland Martin about the pressure Black clergy is applying to former Vice President Joe Biden at this critical point of his search for a running-mate.
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