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(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow’s announcement from Senator Barack Obama that he is entering the 2008 presidential race noted.
(Chicago: Ron Allen) The mixed feelings over Obama’s race examined; details given of Senator Hillary Clinton’s popularity among many black voters. [Radio talk show host Cliff KELLEY- says callers are suggesting Obama isn’t black enough.] [Princeton University Melissa HARRIS LACEWELL- notes suspicion of Obama among African American voters.] [Chicago Standard Newspapers publisher Lorenzo MARTIN- wonders about Obama’s priorities.] [From Michael Eric Dyson’s radio show, voice of OBAMA – responds.] [Rev. Herbert MARTIN- says he represents what we have hoped for.]
- Williams, Brian;
- Allen, Ron
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