Terence Samuel

Deputy Editor, TheRoot.com

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Deputy Editor of TheRoot.com, a daily online magazine for African-Americans published by the Washington Post; former senior editor at US News and World Report and national correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer

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Next week's  Democratic convention  is going to be an historic event as the party nominates the first African American presidential candidate in US history.

Preview of the Democratic Convention

Next week's Democratic convention is going to be an historic event as the party nominates the first African American presidential candidate in US history.

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