Black Voters and Third Party Politics

Dec 19, 2023 11:58:06 PM



In this episode of Freedom Friday, hosts Chris, Sharif, and Ismael discuss whether or not Black Americans should rethink their relationship with the Democratic party and consider third party candidates. The conversation examines the widespread disaffection with mainstream parties and navigates through the possibility third party success, especially when it comes to education. 

The episode covers voting patterns and dissects the importance of strategy in politics and the guys critique the major parties and their educational platforms. They also discuss Cornel West's run for president as a third party candidate, and what it could mean for the Black community. 

Listen to the full episode above and let us know, are third party candidates viable and should Black Americans consider a shift in political support?

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