Anti-Terrorism Efforts and African-Americans
Panelists explored the effects of the war on terrorism on African-Americans and policy issues of importance to that community. Ms. Silmon served as moderator. They answered questions from the audience.
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Jennifer G. Cooke Scholar Center for Strategic and International Studies
Alcee L. Hastings U.S. Representative [D] Florida
Derek Musgrove Fellow Congressional Black Caucus->Foundation
Maya M. Rockeymoore Senior Resident Scholar National Urban League->Institute for Opportunity and Equality
Latoya Silmon Field Producer Black Entertainment Television
Ronald W. Walters Director University of Maryland, College Park->African American Leadership Inst.
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