Now that an African American leader has been chosen to guide and direct our nation, many have had issues with the lack of African American support for jobs and staff positions at the White House. This week, the dilemma has arisen again with a more high profile story behind it.
Columnist Maureen Dowd recently published an opinion editorial regarding what she’s come to believe as a lack of African American personnel represented in our nation’s capital.
Dowd states in her reflection that President Barack Obama “lacks advisers who are descended from the central African-American experience, ones who understand “the slave thing,” as a top black Democrat dryly puts it,” but do you agree with that statement?
Will we continue to run into race issues instead of embracing each other no matter what positions we may hold in and out of the White House? You tell us. Should the spectrum of races be expanded and represented in the White House?
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