African-Americans and Senator Obama's Nomination
Words like historic are being used to describe Senator Obama as he becomes the first African American to win a major party Presidential… read more
Words like historic are being used to describe Senator Obama as he becomes the first African American to win a major party Presidential nomination. Gary Flowers talked about the significance of his nomination, how it is being viewed in the African American community, and the pressure put on Senator Obama to succeed.
He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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