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8 de Septiembre de 2009

El presidente de la NAACP, Ben Jealous, habla sobre el centésimo aniversario de la organización, la reactivación de la División de Derechos Civiles del Departamento de Justicia y el condenado a muerte Troy Davis


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Hablamos con Ben Jealous, presidente y director de la Asociación Nacional para el Progreso de la Gente de Color (NAACP, por sus siglas en inglés), sobre el reciente anuncio del fiscal general Eric Holder de que se ha iniciado un proceso para reformar la División de Derechos Civiles del Departamento de Justicia, el caso del condenado a muerte en Georgia Troy Davis, el 100º aniversario de la fundación de la NAACP y otros temas.