Black members of Congress attend the US State of the Union address wearing African Kente to protest Trump's vulgar comment (Photos)


 Black members of the United States Congress wore Ghanaian Kente material, during US president Donald Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday. Members of the CBC (Congressional Black Caucus) wore brightly colored yellow, green, black and red kente cloths to President Trump's first State of the Union address, as a sign of defiance against his reported “sh*thole* comments about African and Caribbean countries. “The whole idea was to show solidarity with African and Carribbean countries. The members  sat stone-faced and unmoved. 
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