Anita Hill expresses her concern that the female presidency will not be taken to be candidates for the choice of 2020 as seriously as their male colleagues
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Anita Hill expresses her concern that the female presidency will not be taken to be candidates for the choice of 2020 as seriously as their male colleagues, called the situation “deeply troubling.”
Hill, who accused Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas of sexual misconduct, in 1991, lamenting what she believes, indirect sexism directed against female politicians announced that the President offers, in an interview with the New York Times,
Among the women who run for President in the year 2020, Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif will., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY Hill said that they were not to be taken “seriously as a presidential candidate.”
“I think if we continued, don ‘T take them seriously as a presidential candidate, we are not to hear these voices, and that would be a tragedy,” she said.
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To be much of the focus centering female candidate for President seems to be the possibility that she could run as Vice President on a ticket with Democratic candidates. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, both white men over the age of 70, are currently leading the polls.
Harris responded agreed on such assumptions at the beginning of this month, that you and the former Vice-President Biden would be a good match for a ticket, but perhaps not in the way people expect.
“I think that Joe Biden would be a great running mate,” said Harris. “As Vice President, he has proven that he knows how to do the task.”
Renewed criticism of Biden has been excavated in the last few months in relation to his involvement with Anita Hill’s 1991 testimony against Clarence Thomas. To confirm Biden, Chairman of the all-white, all-male Senate judiciary Committee, which heard testimony and ultimately decided on Thomas to the Supreme court.
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After the announcement of his campaign for the presidency, the hill in front of the New York Times, that had Biden a week ago, called them and they tried to “regret” for their experience. Hill said she was pleased with the conversation.
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“I can’t be satisfied by simply saying, ‘I’m sorry for what happened to you,'” she said. “I’ll be satisfied when I know that it is real change and real accountability and real purpose.”