by Lenny McAllister onJune 11, 2010
Despite their failures in the 2010 primaries, black Republicans are erasing the shameful legacy of the Southern strategy and modern black politics.
June 11, 2010
This week on The Confab: Alvin Greene's surprising victory in South Carolina and why the year of the black republican doesn't live up to its hype. Plus, Generation Y's new age hustle: How America's 20-somethings are having fun at work. Join The Root's deputy editor Sheryl Huggins Salomon as she talks with staff writer Cord Jefferson and The Root's assistant editor Saaret E. Yoseph.
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*Podcast theme music by Timothy Morrison.
by Cord Jefferson onJune 4, 2010
The much-hyped surge of African Americans petered out in the first round of primaries. But black GOPers aren't giving up.
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