have both publicly supported reparations for black people, a stance that previous Democratic presidential candidates have not taken, according to The New York Times.
Harris expressed her support for reparations during an interview on "The Breakfast Club" radio show, a nationally-syndicated program with a large black audience.
Former President Barack Obama did not support reparations, nor did Hillary Clinton or Sen. Bernie Sanders in 2016.
Hot Air's Allahpundit noted that Warren's support of reparations for black Americans might raise questions about whether she supports a similar measure for Native Americans:
With two prominent Democratic candidates coming out in favor of reparations, it's likely that the other Democratic presidential hopefuls will be asked to take a stance on the issue in coming weeks as well, as they seek to gain an edge with black voters.