The Black Table In The Big Tent Black Republicans are basically unicorns — they might just be the biggest outliers in American two-party politics. So who are these folks who've found a home in the GOP's lily-white big tent? And what can they teach us about the ways we all cast our ballots?
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The Black Table In The Big Tent

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The Black Table In The Big Tent

The Black Table In The Big Tent

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Black Republicans are basically unicorns — they might just be the biggest outliers in American two-party politics. So who are these folks who've found a home in the GOP's lily-white big tent? And what can they teach us about the ways we all cast our ballots?

Black Republicans are a rarity, but they reveal a lot about how American partisan politics work. Sam Octigan hide caption

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Black Republicans are a rarity, but they reveal a lot about how American partisan politics work.

Sam Octigan