This edition: Manning Marable and Angelo Falcon on the 2000 national electionTweet
Original tape date: February 8, 2001.
Host, David R. Jones, President of the Community Service Society of New York, discusses the 2000 national election with Manning Marable, Professor of History and Political Science at Columbia University and Founding Director of the Institute for Research in African-American Studies, and Angelo Falcon, Senior Policy Executive at the Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund and the Director and Founder of the Institute for Puerto Rican Policy. Marable and Falcon discuss accusations of voter fraud, the implications of the national election, the disenfranchisement of the poor and people of color, and how the outcome of the national election may impact the New York State gubernatorial and New York City mayoral races.
Angelo Falcón Senior Policy Executive, Puerto Rican Legal Defense and Education Fund
David R. Jones President & CEO, Community Service Society of New York
Mr. Manning Marable Founding Director, Institute for Research in African-American Studies
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