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28 de Agosto de 2008

Melissa Harris-Lacewell exhorta a Obama a que utilice la retórica política de mujeres afroestadounidenses como Hamer, Chisholm y Jordan

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El partido demócrata se prepara para homenajear hoy al Doctor Martín Luther King, antes del discurso en el que Barack Obama aceptará la candidatura democráta. Mientras se espera que esta noche Obama se refiera al discurso de King, una de sus históricas partidarias está instándolo a que también se inspire en la retórica política de las mujeres afroestadounidenses, incluyendo a Fannie Lou Hamer, Ella Baker, Barbara Jordan y Shirley Chisholm. Hablamos con Melissa Harris-Lacewell.

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