Biden spoke at an event organized at the African American Museum of History and Culture in Washington, DC, marking the anniversary of the granting of equal education rights to black Americans 70 years ago.

Biden emphasized that the "Brown v. Department of Education" case, which was heard in the US Supreme Court 70 years ago, is of historical importance as it eliminated discrimination against blacks in the country.


Addressing the black Americans in the hall, Biden said, "70 years ago, you changed the world." Biden said that with the decision in question, a great step was taken in terms of black citizens in the country to obtain their civil rights and that they are continuing this process.

Biden reminded that yesterday at the White House, he received the families of the plaintiffs of the case 70 years ago.

Arguing that his administration is the one that has taken the strongest and most concrete steps for black Americans, Biden asked for support for himself again as in the 2020 presidential elections.

More than half of independent voters blame Trump! More than half of independent voters blame Trump!

Giving examples of the budget figures allocated for the education of black Americans, Biden gave the message that they will continue to support the education of blacks from kindergarten to university.

Saying, "We are stronger together," Biden, without naming names, said that former US President Donald Trump ignored black Americans, whereas he took serious decisions on this issue.

"We are the United States of America, and when we decide to work together, nothing is beyond our ability," Biden concluded his speech.

Biden was criticized among black voters for his inability to meet the expectations of this social segment, his inadequacy on economic issues and his Gaza policy.

According to a joint poll by the New York Times and Siena College, Trump is winning the votes of nearly 20 percent of black voters in critical states, double the rate in 2020.

Editor: David Goodman