How the Black Vote Became a Political Monolith – Reports

How the Black Vote Became a Political Monolith

How the Black Vote Became a Monolith

By Theodore R. Johnson

With posters by Kennedy Prints

Sept. 16, 2020

In the autumn of 2008, just a few weeks after my 33rd birthday, I cast a ballot for the first time. Up to that point, serving in the military seemed like more than sufficient civic engagement and provided a ready excuse for voluntarily opting out of several elections. By the time Barack Obama won the Democratic primary, I was an officer who’d spent more than a decade in the Navy and not a…

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