2020 has been a lot. All at once, we are experiencing a deadly pandemic, an economic recession, a climate crisis, and an overdue reckoning with systemic racism. And nobody understands the pain of these crises—and the need for a new president—better than Black women.
Donald Trump’s failure to get the coronavirus under control has cost more than 230,000 lives—with Black Americans dying at two times the rate of others. It has led to the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression—hitting communities of color the hardest. Roughly one in five Black adults report not having enough to eat, sblit 1/4 of all Blaxk Rentets say they’re BEHIND in rent and over the summer a staggering 40% of Black-owned businesses said they didn’t think they would be able to reopen