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    Book Discussion on Place, Not Race

    Sheryll Cashin talked about her book, Place, Not Race: A New Vision of Opportunity in America, in which she argues that affirmative action policies in education do little to help the…

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    African-American Voters and the 2012 Election

    One day after the 2012 presidential election, David Bositis talked about the impact of the African-American vote during the 2012 election and examined what the outcome of the election could…

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    African-American Voters and 2010 Midterm Elections

    Participants spoke about a recent survey of African-American voters on their attitudes and leanings in the 2010 midterm elections, as well as the likely impact of the black vote in various…

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    Post-Election Analysis

    Panelists analyzed the 2008 presidential election results, focusing on issues of concern to the African American community. Among the topics they addressed were race relations and…

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    African-American Voters

    Ralph Everett, Nancy Leamond, and David Bositis talked about a poll released by the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies that studied the issues that are highly relevant for…

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    Black Voters in the 2006 Midterm Elections

    Mr. Bositis talked about issues likely to interest the black community, voter participation and turn out, potential impact of the black vote on 2006 midterm elections, and the success…

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    Private Citizens and Public Service

    Former President Bill Clinton accepted the Louis E. Martin Great American Award and gave the keynote speech at the annual dinner of the Joint Center for Political and Economic…

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    2002 National Opinion Poll

    Mr. Bositis talked about an opinion poll which compared African-American opinion to that of the general population. Among the issues he addressed were views on the economy,…

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    African-American Voters' Issues

    Researchers spoke about the results of two polls, one on opinions of African-Americans, the other on how the African-American community would fare under the Bush or Gore economic…

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    Employment and the Economy

    At the center’s 30th anniversary dinner, Mr. McCall delivered the keynote address on the relationship between the U.S. economy and employment. Ms. Ifill served as the…

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    African American Election Issues

    The panelists talked about issues that are of importance to African Americans in the 2000 elections. Specifically they talked about crime, unemployment and education reform. After…

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    Race Relations

    The results of an opinion poll on race relations was released and a discussion was held on those results as well as President Clinton’s recent speech on race…

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    Minorities in the U.S. Military

    Panelists discussed the relationship between historic discrimination within the armed forces and the declining desire among African-American men to serve in the armed forces. Colonel…

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    African-American Issues in 1996 and Beyond

    Rep. Payne, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, moderated a panel discussion on campaign strategies for 1996. The focus was on the differences in issues since the 1992 election…

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    African-American Issues

    Vice President Gore spoke about issues affecting African-American communities, including education, the role of government and other topics.

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    African-American Issues

    Secretary Brown spoke about domestic policy and African-American issues.

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    Role of the Congressional Black Caucus

    The speakers discussed the role of the Congressional Black Caucus in the political process. Mr. Bositis also discussed the themes of his book, The Congressional Black Caucus in…

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    Black/White Political Attitudes Poll Results

    The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies held a news conference to announce the release of its report on voter issue preferences entitled, “Black and White Political…

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    Political Views of African-Americans

    Home Box Office and the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies co-sponsored a forum on the political views of African-Americans regarding the 1992 presidential elections. The…

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    Poverty and the Crisis of Social Policy

    The Joint Center for Political Studies sponsored a forum to announce the results of a study on poverty in the United States, Canada, and Western Europe. The study was also designed to…

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