Twenty-first Century African American politics came to Cleveland on Tuesday night and introduced itself with a substantive self-description, a cordial style, and a direct message for all with ears to hear: There are hundreds of progressive black candidates all across the country, likely including a few right here, who have the capacity to change the politics of this nation. To get elected, they need financial support, training, financial support, relationships and financial support.
Co-Founder/CEO, The Collective PAC
|Justin Bibb of the host committee, teeing up the crowd for |
Quentin James, Founder and Executive Director of The
Collective PAC [standing, rear] and Stefanie Brown-James,
co-founder [hidden behind Bibb]