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You can listen to the entire conversation right now in the audio player below. We have a go hard or go home approach as we talk to the leading tech leaders, politicians and influencers. Today we have Eugene Craig, the former vice chairman of the Maryland Republican Party and entrepreneur. Eugene Craig: I like to describe myself as percent Black, percent Republican.
Young Minority GOP Voters
Finding millennials who are minorities at the Republican National Convention is similar to playing a game of Where's Waldo? You're probably not surprised to hear this, though, if you saw Paul Ryan's selfie with GOP interns that went viral for its lack of diversity. At the GOP's big week in Cleveland, young minorities discussed how they felt about being an anomaly among throngs of mostly older white people — and while some saw it as an opportunity, others said it was a major sign things needed to change within the party. It also made some feel downright uncomfortable. For Eugene Craig III, a year-old black man who serves as vice chair of the Maryland Republican party, the recent killings of black men by police were top of mind and he couldn't help wondering how the people at the RNC would respond if something similar happened at the convention. And until that's reconciled, there's going to be some tension and it's going to be awkward. One of its key findings? The party needed to be more inclusive of minorities. Throughout this election, Donald Trump's call to ban Muslims and build a "very tall" and "beautiful" border wall has not helped advance those efforts — and neither did the speeches on Monday night at the RNC. The fear-based rhetoric of the night included many references to "illegal aliens" who had committed egregious crimes and a speech by David Clarke, the black sheriff of Milwaukee County, who shouted that "blue lives matter," a clear dig at the Black Lives Matter movement that has surged in recent weeks after the deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
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