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Obama and Black loyalty. Vol. 1

Author: Bankole ThompsonYusef ShakurBernard LaFayetteDe Lacy DavisNatascha SaundersAll authors
Publisher: [Iowa?] : Global Mark Makers, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Join black community advocates and achievers across the US as they evaluate the Obama administration in this interview-based book by Michigan Chronicle senior editor, Bankole Thompson, who has had a series of sit-down interviews with Obama--Dust jacket.
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Barack Obama
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bankole Thompson; Yusef Shakur; Bernard LaFayette; De Lacy Davis; Natascha Saunders; Tom Moore; Sharnell Holloway; Joya Shelton; Tifanny Mecha Agina; Ifeoma Ana; Judith Fitzberger; Darlena McHenry; Alice Mukabane; Marcel Kitissou; Shanita M Eze
ISBN: 9780984400546 0984400540
OCLC Number: 706495978
Description: vi, 187 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Who will speak for me? --
Reforming the criminal justice system: Q&A with Yusef Shakur of Michigan --
Rosa Parks speaks with Obama: an imaginary conversation --
Towards achieving King's dream: Q&A with Dr. Bernard Lafayette of Georgia --
The nightmare of police brutality: Q&A with De Lacy Davis of New Jersey --
Black youth unemployment: Q&A with Natascha Saunders of Massachussetts --
King advises Obama: an imaginary conversation --
King legacy under Obama: Q&A with Tom Moore of Iowa --
When black children are raising themselves: Q&A with Sharnell Holloway of Virginia --
The battle to revive black families: Q&A with Joya Shelton of California --
Ignored young black voices want their say: Q&A with Tifanny Mecha Agina of Virginia --
Obama and poverty alleviation in Africa: Q&A with Ifeoma Ana of Nigeria --
Malcolm X advises Obama: an imaginary conversation --
Helping disabled African American business owners: Q&A with Judith Fitzberger of North Carolina --
Obama, educational excellence and globalization: Q&A with Dr. Darlena McHenry of California --
Will Obama help Kenya, his father's homeland? Q&A with Alice Mukabane of Kenya --
Doing better with Africa: Q&A with Marcel Kitissou of New York --
Obama's scorecard on healthcare: Q&A with Shanita M. Eze of Iowa --
Seven things that will matter most to blacks in 2012.
Responsibility: Bankole Thompson.

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Join black community advocates and achievers across the US as they evaluate the Obama administration in this interview-based book by Michigan Chronicle senior editor, Bankole Thompson, who has had a series of sit-down interviews with Obama--Dust jacket.

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