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African-American Voters and the Issues

In an NPR special on African-American voters in the 2004 election, Ed Gordon and guests consider whether the presidential candidates are addressing the concerns of African-American voters.


George Curry, editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service and BlackPressUSA.com

Rosalind Jordan, NBC correspondent

Juan Williams, NPR senior correspondent

Stanley Crouch, nationally syndicated columnist. Author of several books, most recently, The Artificial White Man

Ellis Cose, contributing editor at Newsweek. Author of The Envy of the World: On Being a Black Man in America.

D. L. Hughley, actor, comedian, writer, filmmaker, producer

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Hard hitting, intelligent, honest, and no-nonsense describe Ed Gordon's style and approach to reporting that have made the Emmy Award-winning broadcaster one of the most respected journalists in the business today. Known for his informative on-air interaction with newsmakers, from world leaders to celebrities, the name Ed Gordon has become synonymous with the "big" interview.