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African-American Women: Where They Stand (Politics) #885733

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 30, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Columbia, South Carolina: Ron Allen) The role of black women in the 2008 presidential election examined; details given of the importance of African American voters in South Carolina and the dilemma over the choice between a female {Hillary Clinton} and a black man {Barack Obama}. [Clinton South Carolina state director Kelly ADAMS†, Obama South Carolina state director Stacey BRAYBOY†- comment.] [Winthrop University Scott HUFFMAN†- says candidates see African American women as the crown jewel of this election.] [Voters Lena Scott BARNES‡, WOMAN, Andrea BRAZIL‡– express views.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Tomorrow’s segment previewed.

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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