Meet Pete

Interview with Charlamagne tha God - South Carolina




0:11
What specifically is the Douglass Plan going to do to economically empower Black people?
1:59
How exactly do we boost the Black economy?
4:15
How will you ensure that federal contracting actually goes to Black businesses, too?
7:07
Why does it feel like politicians only want to learn about issues in the Black community when they are running for president?
9:20
How does the Douglass Plan benefit Black entrepreneurship specifically and not just "women and minority-owned" businesses?
10:52
How would your criminal justice plan create jobs to help boost the Black economy for people returning home from prison?
12:37
Should some of the programs for the formerly incarcerated be implemented even before they leave prison?
13:34
Can you point to something you did as mayor of South Bend to assist the formerly incarcerated with job placement?
14:58
What is your plan for people who don't want to go to college?
16:37
What are your plans to address the racial wealth gap?
20:03
Do you agree that we should make sure we don't just talk about the poor in discussions about Black America but that we also talk about the Black middle class?
22:11
What did you do for Black people in South Bend?
26:25
Can you say more about your position on campaign finance and getting big money out of politics?
31:55
How can we boost Black employment in government?
34:02
What can we do to make sure we keep recruiting Black military officers who often need scholarships to participate?
37:38
In addition to HBCUs, how would you support Black students at majority white schools?
40:22
If you're elected, what would you do around affordable housing?
42:45
Why haven't they made election day a holiday?
43:26
How confident are you that the general election will be a fair election?
44:51
How much do you trust the DNC and the Democratic Party to keep it together for the election?
46:18
What plans do you have for minority women business owners?
49:38
How would you make sure that all children and especially children of color have access to early childhood education in the forms of preschool and child care?
53:40
How do we know you are serious about helping the Black communiity?