A History of Hate: ‘If Emancipation Came in Lincoln’s America, Why Was It Necessary to March in Martin Luther King Jr.’s America?’
TYPE:HIT In The News
The Washington Informer quoted HIT Strategies founding partner Terrance Woodbury about the Buffalo massacre and the need for elected leaders to address racism head-on:
From The Washington Informer: “'[The Tops Supermarket] shooting represented racism in its most violent and craven form,’ added Terrance Woodbury, founding partner at HIT Strategies.
‘However, Black voters have long recognized how the culture-war politics and its racist rhetoric fuel animus toward Black Americans. Black voters want their elected leaders to respond to racism head-on, not just in reaction to tragedies. This is a political and moral imperative.’”
Read the full article on The Washington Informer website.