By Dana Sanchez
In the 2020 campaign for president, several candidates are supporting a proposal to study reparations for Black Americans as restitution for slavery and Jim Crow-era discrimination, whose effects persist to this day.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is not of them, although he said in April he’ll support H.R. 40 — a Commission to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African-Americans — if the House and Senate pass the bill.
While 74 percent of Black Americans support reparations for slavery, just 15 percent of whites do, and 29 percent of Americans overall support the idea, according to a recent Associated Press-NORC poll.
Democrats desperately want President Trump out of office and the Democratic nomination battle has turned into a debate over electability, FiveThirtyEight reported.
One set of polls released last week found former Vice President Joe Biden would narrowly defeat Trump in six key swing states while the other top-tier candidates would be underdogs. Other polls find all the top-polling Democrats — Sanders, Biden, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Sen. Kamala Harris, and Click here to read entire article