Maya Angelou On Possibility Of A Black President As Democratic Sen. Barack Obama moves forward as the first African-American to serve as a major party presidential nominee, the program continues its series What If?. Author and poet Maya Angelou, a former Hillary Clinton supporter, weighs the meaning of Obama's candidacy.

Maya Angelou On Possibility Of A Black President

Maya Angelou On Possibility Of A Black President

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As Democratic Sen. Barack Obama moves forward as the first African-American to serve as a major party presidential nominee, the program continues its series What If?. Author and poet Maya Angelou, a former Hillary Clinton supporter, weighs the meaning of Obama's candidacy.

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