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By Carole Copeland Thomas
As an African American professional who has spent a lifetime in my community, I will detail the reasons why most black voters won’t vote for Donald Trump on November 8th. I’ve spent nearly 30 years crisscrossing the country speaking and training on diversity, multiculturalism and leadership…and the legacy of our nation is at stake with this upcoming election.
Today’s show is designed to separate reality from fiction…to set the record straight about the collective ideology of a resilient group of people whose blood, sweat and tears helped build this nation.
Although a small percentage of black people will vote for Trump, and an even smaller percentage will vote for third party candidates, the majority of African Americans will vote for Hillary Clinton this fall.
This program is designed to set the record straight and help you, my listeners, understand why the outcome of this presidential election is based in part on how blacks will cast their votes in this election. I should know. They are my people. I’ve known them all my life.
The 8 Reasons Why Blacks Won't Vote For Donald Trump For President
1. History and migration from the Republican Party to the Democratic Party
From 1930s to the 1960s.
2. Trump As The Head Of The Birther Movement
3. Code Words and Slogans Used
"Make American Great Again"
4. Hate Speech Toward African Americans
Unemployed, Poverty, Getting Shot Walking Down The Street
5. Past Discriminatory Practices
Housing Discrimination in the 1970s
Employment Practices in the 1980s
6. Black Surrogates like Pastor Mark Burns, Omarosa and Don King
7. General Attitude of Trump Toward:
Women, Mexicans (Building The Wall), Latinos/Hispanics/,Muslims (The Khan Family),Women and Weight (Miss Universe), Immigrants in General (Syrians), Anyone who Criticizes Him
8. Reviving Stop and Frisk in Urban Areas
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Carole Copeland Thomas is a 27 year speaker, trainer and consultant specializing in global diversity, empowerment, multiculturalism and leadership issues.