Democrats urged to fix process 'shutting out' candidates of colour from presidential race

Democrats urged to fix process 'shutting out' candidates of colour from presidential raceThe Democratic Party has been urged to reform the way it selects its presidential candidates, amid claims it is shutting out people of colour.This week at the party’s sixth debate in Los Angeles, entrepreneur Andrew Yang was the only person of colour on the stage. Other candidates of colour, including Cory Booker, Julian Castro and Deval Patrick, are still contesting, but did not qualify for the debate stage.



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