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State of the Black Union

Author: Alcee L HastingsLani GuinierSonia SanchezWade HendersonAl SharptonAll authors
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : C-SPAN ; West Lafayette, IN : C-SPAN Archives, ©2001.
Series: C-SPAN archives.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Participants spoke about issues facing the African-American community and how stances on these issues taken by the Republican and Democratic parties would affect their vote. Issues include law enforcement, prison policy, education, economic development in urban and poor areas, and need for strong community organization; questions from the audience were answered.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alcee L Hastings; Lani Guinier; Sonia Sanchez; Wade Henderson; Al Sharpton; Johnnetta B Cole; Tom Joyner; Kirbyjon Caldwell; Tavis Smiley; Michael Eric Dyson; Jesse Jackson; Maxine Waters; Maynard Jackson; Kweisi Mfume; Charles J Ogletree; Mary Frances Berry; Stanley Crouch; Alphonso Jackson; Cornel West; Smiley Group.; C-SPAN (Television network); C-SPAN Archives.; National Cable Satellite Corporation.
OCLC Number: 46437131
Notes: Videocassette release of the C-SPAN television series: Campaign 2000.
"C-SPAN videotape 162369"--Container spines.
Part 1 (part1): 120 min.; Part 1 (part 2) : 90 min.; Part 2 (part1) : 120 min. ; Part 2 (part 2) : 70 min.
Credits: Participants:Part 1 - Alcee L. Hastings, Lani Guinier, Sonia Sanchez, Wade Hampton, Al Sharpton, Johnnetta Cole, Tom Joyner, Kirbyjon Caldwell, Tavis Smiley, Michael Eric Dyson. Part 2 - Jesse Jackson, Maxine Waters, Maynard Jackson, Kweisi Mfume, Charles Ogletree, Mary Frances Berry, Stanley Crouch, Alphonso Jackson, Cornel West, Tom Joyner.
Event notes: Recorded February 3, 2001.
Description: 4 videocasssettes (300 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Series Title: C-SPAN archives.
Responsibility: C-SPAN ; Smiley Group.

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Participants spoke about issues facing the African-American community and how stances on these issues taken by the Republican and Democratic parties would affect their vote. Issues include law enforcement, prison policy, education, economic development in urban and poor areas, and need for strong community organization; questions from the audience were answered.

"In a forum on the state of black America designed to present a public think tank that will analyze the critical challenges facing the African-American community, panelists talked about black reparations for slavery, hate crimes, the right to vote, and many other topics. Questions from the audience were answered."

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