Minorities and Potential Conflict in Iraq
The panelists talked about the socio-economic impact of a war with Iraq on African Americans. Following prepared remarks, they responded to questions from the audience.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Elijah Cummings U.S. Representative [D] Maryland
- William Ellis Specialist Library of Congress->Domestic Terrorism
- Walter E. Fauntroy President National Black Leadership Roundtable
- Jason Ingram Fellow Congressional Black Caucus->Foundation
- Sheila Jackson Lee U.S. Representative [D] Texas
- Julianne Malveaux Author
- Kelly D. Owens Director Congressional Black Caucus Foundation->Leadership Institute for Public Service
- Maya M. Rockeymoore Senior Resident Scholar National Urban League->Institute for Opportunity and Equality
- Ronald W. Walters Director University of Maryland, College Park->African American Leadership Inst.
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