Biden to Address Racial Justice at Sharpton’s Conference Amid Mixed Polls

A racial justice conference hosted by the Reverend Al Sharpton is scheduled to bring in President Joe Biden in New York. Biden, who is currently preparing for the upcoming election, will discuss the policies he has implemented to combat racial inequality. As part of his endeavors to connect with African American voters, Biden will attend the National Action Network Convention, according to the White House.

Although Biden has garnered substantial support from Black Democrats on the whole, recent surveys indicate that a considerable proportion of African Americans are dissatisfied with the manner in which he is carrying out his responsibilities as president. Following Vice President Biden's address, the conference attendees will engage in a discussion led by Reverend Al Sharpton; the president will not accept queries following his address.

Following a sequence of appearances by Biden administration officials and other prominent political figures, this occasion ensues. Last year, Vice President Kamala Harris delivered an address in person at the convention. Following Biden's remarks, Sharpton, an individual who regularly convenes civil rights leaders to deliberate on issues that impact African Americans, will initiate a discourse with the conference attendees.

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