Black Conservatives Urge New Leadership

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At a recent conference of black conservatives hosted by the Heritage Foundation, organizers argued that black leaders such as Jesse Jackson and organizations like the NAACP may not truly represent the interests of African-Americans. NPR's David Greene reports on the New Black Vanguard Conference.

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