Hillary Clinton

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Black voters wait in line on Election Day 2004 in Riviera Beach, Florida. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
The social media giant, said one critic, "is the newest frontier in a long history of suppression of the Black vote."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
"You want Bill Clinton to speak but maybe not AOC. Okay, dummies."
Eoin Higgins, staff writer
Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) speaks during a Bernie's Back rally at Queensbridge Park in October.
"If we stand together, there is nothing that we cannot accomplish."

Further

Dark day. And lots more coming. But amidst the tears and rage and shame we live in a country where hate, for now, has won, there's a resolve to move past the heartsickness, invoke our better angels, and keep fighting for what's right - per Joe Hill 's "Don't mourn - organize." Among the few glimpses of light - Arpaio, Duckworth, our own Pious Ali - the brightest may be the startlingly blue electoral map of America's young. "This," notes one hopeful observer, "is how the future voted."

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