Legacy Civil Rights Leaders React to Trump Win, Talk About Black Votes Blocked

November 14, 2016 Lauren Victoria Burke

After eight years of being relatively quiet and non-confrontational about it’s agenda during the presidency of the first Black President of the United States, Barack Obama, legacy civil rights leaders are now declaring a new and more vigorous strategy moving forward to deal with the election of real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald

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