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Hillary Clinton Set to Discuss Race in NYC
06:56 — The Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Urban League's Marc Morial are slated to sit down with Hillary Clinton to discuss a whole host of issues. Morial (more…)
Hillary Clinton Set to Discuss Race in NYC
06:56 — The Rev. Al Sharpton and the National Urban League's Marc Morial are slated to sit down with Hillary Clinton to discuss a whole host of issues. Morial (more…)
'I Wanted Him to Be Bolder,' Says Writer On Obama
09:29 — Author Eddie Glaude Jr. joins Morning Joe to discuss 'Democracy in Black,' his new book which looks at, in part, how President Obama has failed black (more…)
'I Wanted Him to Be Bolder,' Says Writer On Obama
09:29 — Author Eddie Glaude Jr. joins Morning Joe to discuss 'Democracy in Black,' his new book which looks at, in part, how President Obama has failed black (more…)

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Mon Feb 15 10:00pm
Independent LensThe Powerbroker: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights(Season 14, Episode 8) PBS

Remembering Whitney Young, who led the National Urban League from 1961 until his death in 1971 at age 49. During those years, he played a pivotal role in expanding access to jobs, education and housing for blacks, primarily by forging personal relationship (more…)

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Wed Feb 17 4:00am
Independent LensThe Powerbroker: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights(Season 14, Episode 8) PBS

Remembering Whitney Young, who led the National Urban League from 1961 until his death in 1971 at age 49. During those years, he played a pivotal role in expanding access to jobs, education and housing for blacks, primarily by forging personal relationship (more…)

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Sat Feb 20 10:00pm
Independent LensThe Powerbroker: Whitney Young's Fight for Civil Rights(Season 14, Episode 8) PBS

Remembering Whitney Young, who led the National Urban League from 1961 until his death in 1971 at age 49. During those years, he played a pivotal role in expanding access to jobs, education and housing for blacks, primarily by forging personal relationship (more…)

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