African-American Vote in 2012
The Center for American Progress held a discussion on the African-American vote in 2012 and beyond. Following Maryland Democratic… read more
The Center for American Progress held a discussion on the African-American vote in 2012 and beyond. Following Maryland Democratic Representative Donna Edwards' keynote address and question and answer session with audience members, a journalist, a political strategist, and a political science professor talked about voter attitudes and trends in regard to the 2012 elections. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Jonathan Capehart Member Washington Post->Editorial Board
- Vanessa Cardenas Director Center for American Progress->Progress 2050
- Donna F. Edwards U.S. Representative [D] Maryland
- Daniella Gibbs Leger Vice President Center for American Progress->New American Communities
- Jamal Simmons Democratic Strategist
- Kim Williams Professor Portland State University->Political Science
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