PR Newswire – How should Black American voters respond to the tectonic political rift and the stress of a permanently divided Nation that the election of Donald J. Trump have laid bare? This national and irrational divisiveness, if left unanswered, could render African Americans a declining voice in the increasingly zero-sum game of the electoral process that is today’s American political system and I fear that of the future.
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