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    March on Washington News Conference

    Participants talked to reporters about planned events to mark the 1963 March on Washington and honor the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. They also responded to questions from the…

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    African-American Vote

    Participants talked about voter turnout in the African-American community, problems with treatment of the community in several Florida counties, and other issues facing black voters.

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    Issues Facing the African-American Community

    Panelists discussed various issues of concern to the black community such as racial profiling, the impact of the 2000 elections, the outcome of the Million Family March, policy toward…

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    News Review

    Professor Walter discussed African-American issues and what significance they have on the campaign. He mentioned also how African-Americans have a similar agenda much like the majority of…

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    Madison and Company Talk Show

    During a simulcast of the Madison and Company radio talk show, guests and callers talked about the undecided presidential election.

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    Election 2000 Issues Debate

    After remarks by members of Congress, Professor Walters and Mr. Armstrong debated African-American issues, both conservative and liberal, in the 2000 presidential election. They also…

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    Voter Participation

    The panelists discussed reasons for low voter turnout among African-Americans. After their prepared remarks, Mr. Parr served as moderator for general discussion and audience questions.…

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    The Case for Black Reparations

    Participants talked about reasons to provide reparations to descendents of African slaves.

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    African-Americans and 2000 Elections

    Panelists discussed the impact of the Super Tuesday primary elections, what lies ahead for the general elections, and other issues in black politics. Topics included the 1994 change to…

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    The Alternative Press

    The panel discussed the definition of the alternative press and its function in society. They mentioned ethnicity, ideology, and emphasis as important factors in dividing the mainstream…

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    Survey on Urban Sprawl and Crime

    Scholars and civic experts released a series of polls on attitudes of Americans. The findings showed that sprawl has joined crime as one of America’s top concerns, that morality was an issue of general…

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    Institutional Racism and Affirmative Action

    The National Urban League announced its report, The State of Black America 1999: The Impact of Color-consciousness in the United States. The report examined racial disparities in income,…

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    Impeachment Inquiry

    Participants discussed the impeachment proceedings being conducted in the House of Representatives. They believe that the American people do not support impeachment and are ready to move on…

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    New Immigrant Population Study

    Mr. Walters and Mr. Frey discussed a newly released study, "New Demographic Divide in the U.S.: Immigrant and Domestic Migrant Magnets". They were members of the panel that released the…

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    Political Effects of Population Shifts

    Shelley Kossak and M. Faith Mitchell talked about the efforts of the Population Resource Center to raise awareness and provide information about population issues. William Frey explained…

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    Presidential African Trip

    Chester Crocker, Former Assistant Secretary Of State for African Affairs, and Ronald Walters, Constituency For Africa, Vice President, talked about President Clinton’s agenda for his…

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    African-American Leadership

    A number of domestic and foreign leaders talked about the politics of blacks abroad. They talked about the difficulties they face in dealing with race, class and the community. The forum…

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    Race, Slavery, and the Constitution

    The professors and Sen. Kennedy talked about issues of race in regard to the Constitution. The participants gave prepared remarks on President James Madison, education, the Memorial Fellowship…

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    Social Justice Strategy

    Reverend Jesse Jackson, Founder and President of the Rainbow/ Push Coalition, and representatives of several other minority organizations, including the National Coalition For Homelessness &…

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    African-Americans and the Law

    African-American participants and experts on the U.S. legal system reflected upon their experiences in law education and practice. They also spoke on the utility of the law for the…

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