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President Barack Obama this month launched “African Americans For Obama.” This video shows Obama with an articulate and moving message tied to African American month, but is it the right message? There is no question this is a direc...

"What I saw was a powerful demonstration of an impulse and need for African American men to come together to recognize each other and affirm our rightful place in the society."

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"There was a profound sense that African American men were ready to make a commitment to bring about change in our communities and lives."Said Barack Obama, 20 years ago, observing the Million Man March.From a Washington Post articl...


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