Chicago Black Activist’s Powerful Perspective of SOTU
“He has been more hurtful to the Black race than he has been helpful”~Joe Watkins/Activist
A powerful 5 minute response from some of Chicago’s most concerned and highly involved activist in the Black communities of the city. The video features Megan Kyle, Joe Watkins/founder of V.O.T.E. (Voices Of The Ex-Offender), Mark Carter of V.O.T.E., J.R. Fleming/founder of Chicago Anti-Eviction Program, and Paul McKinley of V.O.T.E. and 2013 Republican Candidate to fill Jesse Jackson Jr’s vacant seat.
“This State of the Union was the same old, same old, to give rhetoric to a dying economy…”~J.R. Fleming
Posted on January 30, 2014, in Cultural, Politics, President of United States and tagged Activists, African-Americans, Black Activists, blacks, Chicago, Obama, Paul McKinley, President Barack Obama, SOTU, State of The Union. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.