The National African American Leadership Summit.

September 30, 1996
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THIS WEEKEND IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, SEVERAL HUNDRED DELEGATES ATTENDED A CONVENTION OF THE NATIONAL AFRICAN AMERICAN LEADERSHIP SUMMIT. THE MEETING WAS ORGANIZED BY REVEREND BENJAMIN CHAVIS AND THE NATION OF ISLAM, AND WAS AIMED AT GETTING CANDIDATES IN THE DEMOCRATIC, REPUBLICAN AND REFORM PARTIES TO PAY MORE ATTENTION TO THE NEEDS AND CONCERNS OF BLACK AMERICANS.

GUEST: LARRY HAMM, OF THE NEW JERSEY MILLION MAN MARCH COMMITTEE


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