You have said, The real question isn’t who is or isn’t a racist? It’s who’s
going to do something about it. Senator, what do you plan to do about it? Well, first and foremost, I want to hit that point because we know Donald Trump’s a racist, but there is no Red Badge of Courage for calling him that since racism exists. The question is Who, who isn’t a racist, it’s who is and isn’t doing something about racism. And this is not just an issue that started yesterday. It’s not just
an issue, that we hear a president that can’t condemn white supremacy, we have systemic racism, that is eroding our nation from healthcare to the criminal justice system. And it’s nice to go all the way back to slavery. But dear God, we have a criminal justice system that is so racially biased. We have more African Americans under criminal supervision today than all the slaves in 1850 We have to come at this issue, attacking systemic racism, having the
courage to call it out and having a plan to do something about it. If I am president of United States, we will create an office in the White
House to deal with the problem of white supremacy and hate crimes. And we will make sure that systemic racism is dealt with in substantive
plans from criminal justice reform to the disparities in health care to even one that we don’t talk about enough, which is the racism that we
see an environmental injustice in communities of color all around this country.