Clinton to lay out plans for combatting racial inequality in Harlem address
Hillary Clinton will call for going beyond criminal justice reforms to address racial injustice in a major address in Harlem on Tuesday, according to a campaign official.
Rather, the Democratic presidential candidate will propose a multi-pronged approach, including new job investments, equal pay for women of color and ending what is, for many young black men, a school-to-prison pipeline.
Her speech comes as the Democratic contest heads to Nevada for caucuses on Feb. 20, then a week later to South Carolina, where Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are competing for votes in a state... read more
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