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Wednesday, February 06, 2008

The Black Vote in Oakland

Some of the students at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism went out to talk to American-Africans outside Oakland poll booths during the exciting super Tuesday voting. This is an original example of what citizen journalism can accomplish:(Watch it )
"The African-American vote has become a major focus during this national election with the presence of the first serious black contender, Barack Obama. Black voters are largely choosing between Obama and Hillary Clinton, wife of Bill Clinton, who Toni Morrison affectionately called the "first black president." Of those interviewed in Oakland on Super Tuesday, the vote leaned heavily towards Barack Obama and no one voted Republican. (Go to the page...)


At 8:34 PM , Anonymous Kate said...

that's very cool, good job!


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