Today, Wednesday, April 24, 2019, in Houston, TX, on the Texas Southern University campus, Democrats running for president answer questions from voters at “She the People, Presidential Forum 2019” a forum focused on women of color and the issues that matter most to them, in the video ‘She The People’ presidential forum“, below:
Women of Color is a powerful voting block. All presidential candidates need to address issues pertinent to women of color in order to do well at the election.
in the video “Watch Live: 2020 Candidates Speak At The She The People Forum, NBC News“, below:
Eight of the candidates for president were present, in the video “Presidential candidates face tough questions at ‘She The People’ forum” below:
Eight Democratic presidential candidates are speaking at a forum focusing on issues relevant to women of color. This comes as former Vice President Joe Bidenis set to launch his presidential bid tomorrow. CBSN political reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns is covering the forum in Houston, in the video “2020 Democratic candidates speak at She the People forum” below:
Sen. Bernie Sanders, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, talks about the Democrats being one united party at the “She The People” event in Houston, Texas, in the video “Bernie Sanders On Democrats Being A United Party At The ‘She The People’ Forum, NBC News“, below:
Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson, Princeton’s Eddie Glaude, MSNBC national affairs analyst John Heilemann, Move On’s Karine Jean-Pierre, and GOP strategist Tim Miller on how the 2020 Democratic hopefuls are being received at the “She the People” Forum, in the video “Democrats At Forum Focused On Women Of Color, Deadline, MSNBC“, below:
2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke talks about consequences for rejecting asylum seekers at the “She The People” forum in Houston, Texas, in the video “Beto O’Rourke Talks Asylum Seekers At “She The People’ Forum In Houston, Texas, NBC News“, below:
During the She The People Presidential Forum, 2020 Presidential Candidate Julian Castro: “I believe in a woman’s right to choose, it is an issue of reproductive freedom and justice”, in the video “2020 Presidential Candidate Julian Castro: “I Believe In A Woman’s Right To Choose’, NBC News“, below:
New Jersey Senator Cory Booker responds to a question about Rep. Ilhan Omar, race, and Islamophobia at the She the People Presidential Forum today in Houston, in the video “Senator Cory Booker: It’s Not Enough To Just Say ‘I’m Not A Racist’, All In, MSNBC“, below:
Presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) shares her views on Syria and regime change wars at the “She The People” forum in Houston, Texas, in the video “Tulsi Gabbard: We Need To End These Regime Change wars, NBC News“, below:
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), a 2020 presidential candidate, spoke about why women of color should vote for her at the “She The People” event in Houston, Texas, in the video “Amy Klobuchar Talks Why Women Of Color Should Vote For Her At ‘She The People’ Forum, NBC News“, below:
Another 2020 Presidential candidate Andrew Yang who was not at Houston today due to another commitment, but is proposing the very progressive 1. Universal Basic Income (aka Freedom Dividend) to stimulate economy and to solve problems associated with automation, 2. medicare for all, and 3. human-centered capitalism. Yang has laid out the most detailed and comprehensive set of policy proposals in the campaign that would benefit many women, colored as well as non-colored, wealthy as well as poor, etc. For better understanding of Andrew Yang’s platform, check out his discussion with Joe Rogan in the video “Joe Rogan Experience #1245-Andrew Yang“, below:
It is still early in the election campaign, Windermere Sun (www.WindermereSun.com) will continue to bring forth information about any presidential candidate with interesting platforms. Women of Color is a powerful voting block. All presidential candidates need to address issues pertinent to women of color in order to do well at the election.
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