Hillary Clinton Address The National Baptist Convention


WASHINGTON Hillary Clinton wants the African-American community to know that she sees the big picture.

Speaking at a meeting of the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City Thursday, Clinton said that people who look at the black community and see only “poverty, crime and despair are missing so much.”

Clinton’s Republican rival Donald Trump has been reaching out to African-Americans, arguing that they live in poverty and have little to lose by voting Republican.

Clinton said that she sees the work of black leaders and “the passion of a new generation of black activists.” She told the crowd: “I see the work you do and the lives you change.”

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