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Black Journalists Tackle the 'Black Enough' Question

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Black Journalists Tackle the 'Black Enough' Question

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Black Journalists Tackle the 'Black Enough' Question

Black Journalists Tackle the 'Black Enough' Question

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Black Journalists Tackle the 'Black Enough' Question

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A young Barack Obama
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The presidential candidacy of Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL) is routinely confronted with one question: Is he black enough? In a special broadcast from the National Association of Black Journalists convention in Las Vegas, members of the black media, including a campaign adviser for Obama, dissect this controversial question.