Tuesday, April 16, 2024
04/16/2024

Donald Trump does not take black voters and evangelicals for granted

Black Americans and evangelical Christians have both played a vital and long-standing role in shaping the culture, society and political landscape of America. This has taken place in completely different political arenas of late, but historically our interests have often gone hand-in-hand. The two of us have been at the forefront of many of the battles facing our communities over the past several years.

Today, our battle is shared. The parallel between black and evangelical Christian voters in America is becoming clear as more and more members of our communities are waking up to the political betrayal of establishment politicians. Our political separation was always an aberration, of course, because blacks and evangelicals share many of the same fundamental beliefs.

It’s important to remember that the first black member of Congress was a member of the Republican Party, as was every subsequent black legislator for the next 67 years.

For the past several decades, our two communities have served as reliable sources of votes for the Democratic and Republican parties, respectively, but we’ve nonetheless found ourselves with very little influence over the actual direction of the party we’re “supposed to” support.
The 2019 Second Step Presidential Justice Forum by Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead is licensed under Public Domain
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