Lenora Fulani

Lenora Fulani

Lenora Branch Fulani is an American psychologist, psychotherapist, and political activist. She may be best known for her presidential campaigns and development of youth programs serving minority communities in the New York City area. Wikipedia*

On the C-SPAN Networks:
Lenora Fulani has 51 videos in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 1987 Video Magazine as a Presidential Candidate for the New Alliance Party. The year with the most videos was 1992 with 12 videos. The year with the highest average number of views per program was 2010 with an average of 429 views per program as a Chair for the IndependentVoting.org. Most appearances with Jacqueline "Jackie" Salit (7), Jim Mangia (5), Eugene J. McCarthy (4). Most common tags: Third Parties, Road to the White House, African Americans.

Appearances by Title:Founder, Independence Party of New York Videos: 2 c. September 21, 1995 - Present Chair, Committee for a Unified Independent Party Videos: 19

Previously

Presidential Candidate, New Alliance Party c. December 20, 1987 - c. September 21, 1995 Videos: 30

Recent Appearances

  • Democracy and Social Issues

    Democracy and Social Issues

    Panelists talked about the American political system’s ability to solve problems such as poverty, health care access, discrimination, and voter turnout.…

  • Panel on the Independent Voter Movement

    Panel on the Independent Voter Movement

    Panelist spoke about the independent voter movement and how election reforms efforts would impact political culture. They responded to questions…

  • Independent Political Movements

    Independent Political Movements

    Independent party advocates spoke about the independent movement in the U.S. and how independent voters could effect reforms…

  • Independent Political Movements

    Independent Political Movements

    Jackie Salit and other independents spoke about their movement and strategies to build a viable independent party.

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