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NEED TO KNOW

American Voices: Bernard Lafayette

  • Aired: 01/19/2012
  • 04:52
  • Expires: 01/19/2017
  • Rating: NR
Need to Know's "American Voices" essay features Bernard Lafayette, a prominent civil rights leader from the 1960s who reflects on the struggle for black voting rights then and what he believes are organized efforts to undo them now.
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