Black Gay and Lesbian Voters Make Voices Heard They may be a small part of the electorate, but they are finally speaking out. For more on the issues of importance to black gays and lesbians this election season, Farai Chideya talks with Jasmyne Cannick and Abner Mason.
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Black Gay and Lesbian Voters Make Voices Heard

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Black Gay and Lesbian Voters Make Voices Heard

Black Gay and Lesbian Voters Make Voices Heard

Black Gay and Lesbian Voters Make Voices Heard

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They may be a small part of the electorate, but they are finally speaking out.

For more on the issues of importance to black gays and lesbians this election season, Farai Chideya talks with Los Angeles-based blogger and activist Jasmyne Cannick and Abner Mason, former president of the Log Cabin Republicans. Mason is now executive director of The AIDS Responsibility Project.