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Bob Dole, Jack Kemp and a Meeting with Black Journalists in Chicago

August 26, 1996
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We hear about the strategically planned Q&A for Bob Dole and Jack Kemp at the National Association of Black Journalist Conference held in Nashville this past weekend where it was decided that race would be a part of every question. Dole and Kemp’s attempt to put a kinder, gentler face on what Republican’s are handing Black voters.

Segment Subjects (keywords for the segment): National Association for Black Journalists; race; immigration; 1996 Republican Platform

Other mentions: Henry Horner Houses; Kweisi Mfume; Affirmative Action;

Guest Names: Derrick Jackson, columnist with the Boston Globe


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