EBONY MAGAZINE is one of many black publications that excludes Republicans in a big way. It’s like if you’re a black Republican, you don’t exist.
Black conservatives were just at the White House to meet with President Trump. Could it be that the DNC is trying to push for a boycott on media for these black Patriots? Sure seems like it.
THIS IS NOTHING NEW FOR EBONY…YOU’D THINK THEY’D HAVE CHANGED SINCE 2013:
Larry Elder wrote in 2013 to Ebony because they always leave out black conservatives who are HUGE influences in academics and the political world:
I do not have high hopes, given the way Ebony treats black non-liberals, that you will review my new book, “Dear Father, Dear Son: Two Lives, Eight Hours.” It is, in the end, about the importance of fathers — and the damage done to a child who grows up without one.
Why do I know you will ignore my book despite its examination of the most important issue facing “black America”? Your magazine treats black conservatives as if they were the enemy, that they bring nothing valid to the discussion.
Ebony magazine, a monthly staple of American black life since 1945, publishes an annual list of the 100-plus (now 150) “Most Influential Blacks in America.” Why not rename it the “Most Influential Liberal Blacks in America”?
Elder goes on to mention Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams and Clarence Thomas…Why not mention them?
WHAT ABOUT THE SIX BLACK REPUBLICAN WOMEN?
Six black Republican women are running but ZERO were mentioned in the Ebony article. Rep. Mia Love of Utah is a superstar in Congress so you’d think they would at least mention her. They didn’t.
Ebony Magazine profiled 18 black women running for Congress in early October but did not include any of the six black Republican women, including one sitting congresswoman, running.
Ebony suggested that their profile, which was published on October 11, was the definitive list of all of the black women running for Congress, titling the piece, “Meet the 18 Black Women Running for a Seat in Congress.”
“This midterm election is one to watch with all 435 seats in the U.S. House up for grabs. Meet the 18 black women vying for a congressional seat,” Ebony writer Sarafina Wright said.
The piece, however, does not mention any of the black Republican women running for Congress.