Roger House, associate professor in American Studies, wrote an opinion piece for The Messenger about how President Joe Biden can stop his slipping support from Black male voters.
House suggested that Biden should highlight community initiatives that strengthen the cultural resolve of young men, to reform the construction industry, and acknowledge the estrangement of Black men and Biden.
Rather than dismissing the estrangement as ‘just another poll,’ Biden should acknowledge the legitimacy of the concerns and find a way to center the economic mobility of Black men in his campaign. It can begin with an appreciation of their role in the survival of the middle class.
Read the full opinion piece on The Messenger.