On Chicago’s South Side, the sincerity of Pete Buttigieg’s quest to gain support for his Democratic presidential bid from African Americans gets questioned

“We need somebody, I think, from a community like South Bend who, when we hear not just from the president but from the commentators that we’ve got to choose between economic and racial justice — that you need to talk (about) the lunch bucket issues and kitchen table issues, or we’re going to speak to racial justice,” he said.

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