Black Politics in the Post-Civil Rights Era

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He was one of the most charismatic leaders of America-s social and political landscape, a driving force behind the civil rights movement of the 1960's. Now, nearly four decades after Reverend Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis, what has happened to the civil rights movement he championed? Where are today-s black leaders? What about organizations like the NAACP? How are African-American conservatives changing the debate? Today, on Martin Luther King Day, guest host Sara Terry looks at today's visionaries and the reality of black leadership in America today with scholars, political scientists, religious leaders, and civil rights advocates.
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Guest host Sara Terry is an award-winning writer and photographer, who has written for the Christian Science Monitor, New York Times, Fast Company, Rolling Stone and the Boston Globe. Her photo-documentary project, Aftermath: Bosnia's Long Road to Peace, will be published in September.

National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice

President Bush nominates Rice as Secretary of State

Kessler's article on Condoleezza Rice



Warren Olney