To what extent do you think the history of slavery still affects African Americans?
What do you think Marty Walsh’s top priority should be as mayor?
Why do you think the Republicans are opposed to the President’s health care law, the Affordable Care Act?
Looking back at history, the forefathers made sacrifices through years of struggle to give us the privilege to vote. The least we can do is exercise that right.
Both sides need to come to agreement. Congress is like middle school.
Have you decided who you’re voting for in the November election?
Not yet. I’m still on the fence. I feel like they use our community to get votes. We don’t hold them accountable.
What do the mayoral candidates have to do to earn your vote?
What would it take for Boston to elect a black mayor?
Why is voting important in this mayoral election campaign?
People have behavioral issues that need to be addressed through counseling. People who need help should get help — especially veterans.
The top priorities for the next mayor should be job creation and [to] control the development that goes up in the city.
Yes, especially considering how fast food companies drive their prices higher along with expensive advertising campaigns. The result of that is with underpaid workers and low-quality food.
We’ve come a long way, but there’s still work to be done. Racism is still alive and well. It’s up to us —black, white, red and brown — to fix it. We need to make our leaders accountable for our ...
Fifty years after the March on Washington, what do you think are the most serious problems facing black people?
Lack of motivation. People don’t try to better themselves. They get stuck in their ways.