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A History of Hate: ‘If Emancipation Came in Lincoln’s America, Why Was It Necessary to March in Martin Luther King Jr.’s America?’

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.

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