Why Black voters are now more willing to listen to Republicans

There isn’t a straightforward path to becoming a Black Republican or Trump supporter. Many had been longtime Republicans, or lifelong Democrats that felt like the government hadn’t shown up for them. That’s according to Brandi Collins-Dexter, author of “Black Skinhead: Reflections on Blackness and Our Political Future.” Photo by Shutterstock.

“Black Skinhead: Reflections on Blackness and Our Political Future” is a new book that documents and analyzes the increase in Black Republican voters and representation since 2020.

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The all-female military unit fought for the Kingdom of Dahomey. They were considered to be fearsome and just as capable as the men.