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The State of Black Male Leadership

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New questions are emerging about the nature and direction of black male leadership in America, and Chicago is once again at the forefront. We examine the debate and ask what's next. Laura Washington recaps the 33rd annual Rainbow/PUSH convention. Sergio Mims shares his critical take on comments by comedian and educator Bill Cosby. Gerald Griffin reminds us that leadership can be found beyond politics. Richard Iton, Dawn Turner Trice, and Laura Washington take up the debate over black male leadership, addressing divisions of class, culture, and generation. And Monroe Anderson calls for a new perspective on leadership for the new millennium.

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