Biden Engages Brown v. Board Families as Black Voter Support Slips

President Biden met with the family members of the people involved in the important Supreme Court case called Brown v. Board of Education. This case, which happened 70 years ago, made it illegal to have segregation in public schools. The meeting took place in the Oval Office and had people like Cheryl Brown Henderson and Adrienne Jennings Bennett there.

This meeting was just one of the events that President Biden has done this week to try to get more support from Black voters. A lot of recent polls show that he is not getting as much support from African Americans as he did in the last election. Some polls even say that former President Donald Trump, a Republican, is getting more support from Black voters than before.

To try and get more support, President Biden has made speeches at important places for Black Americans, like the National Museum of African American History and Culture and Morehouse College. Vice President Kamala Harris, who is the first Black, South Asian, and woman to hold that title in U.S. history, has also met with leaders from Black sororities and fraternities.

President Biden really wants to get more support from Black voters, and he is doing a lot of things to try and make that happen.

Written by Staff Reports

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