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ONR Election 2020 Pt. 4: How Ice Cube relates to presidential candidates' plan for Black America

Host Julia Dudley Najieb reviews the outcry against Ice Cube and his Black agenda

By ONME Newswire

With the 2020 Elections swiftly approaching the Black vote is becoming increasingly significant to candidates across America; in fact, both presidential candidates have released a plan to specifically help Black America. Somehow in the crossfire, rapper and actor Ice Cube has received the brunt of criticism for his version of the Black agenda ending up in President Donald Trump's campaign head quarters. African-Americans on the internet and beyond were quick to criticize the action of Ice Cube although the actual details on the matter were quite skewed.


ONME News Review (ONR) host Julia Dudley Najieb reviews Ice Cube's approach to the matter, showing a 5-minute excerpt from Roland Martin's YouTube Channel and show "Unfiltered."

Najieb continued by reviewing each of the 2020 presidential candidates' plans for Black America: Vice-President Joe Biden's "Lift Every Voice" Plan for Black America and

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Review 2020 Propositions Endorsed by ONME News


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