Bernie Sanders: ‘No Candidate For President Who Would Be Stronger In Fighting Against Institutional Racism’

(By – Marcy Kreiter, www.ibtimes.com)

Sen. Bernie Sanders, Ind-Vt., said Sunday there’s nothing more important than tackling institutional racism. In an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Sanders addressed the issue just one week after black activists forced him from the stage during a rally in Seattle. “On this issue of Black Lives Matter, let me be very clear.  The issue that they are raising is a very, very important issue,” the Democratic presidential hopeful said Sunday. “And there is no candidate for president who would be stronger in fighting against institutional racism, and by the way, reforming a broken criminal justice system.” Read more…

 

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