1. Warren on housing discrimination:
"Economic justice has not ever been sufficient to ensure racial justice"
"...but we also know and must say the names of those whose lives have been treated with callous indifference: Sandra Bland, Freddy Gray, Michael Brown.. [...] Their lives ended by those sworn to protect them"
"In the 1960s-70s, African-American men and women began to close the wage gap with white workers; giving millions of Black families real hope that they could build economic security. But then Republican economic trickle-down theory arrived..."
"The crash hit African-Americans like a punch in the gut because middle class Black families' wealth was disproportionately tied up in home ownership [...] but they also got hit harder because of discriminatory practices"
"ALL police forces, not just some, should be trained to DE-escalate and avoid the likelihood of violence. [...] This is America, not a war zone. And policing practices in ALL cities, not just some, need to reflect that reality"
"It's time to call out the recent flurry of new state law restrictions for what they are: an all-out campaign by Republicans to take away the right to vote from poor, and Black, and Latino American citizens who probably won't vote for them"