Black Enough/White Enough: The Obama Dilemma
He was interviewed in the Digitally Lit Room II of the Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest. The program closed with street scenes from the festival.
Illinois State Senator Rickey Hendon talked about his book Black Enough/White Enough: The Obama Dilemma (Third World Press, 2009). He served in the Illinois State Senate with Barack Obama and campaigned for him during his presidential race. He responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
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Rickey Hendon State Senator [D] Illinois
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