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Notable African-Americans Urge Commemoration of Black History

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U.S. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-CA; Alex Haley, award-winning author of The Autobiography of Malcolm X  and Roots; Henry Hampton, creator/producer, “Eyes on the Prize” documentary series; and other distinguished individuals discussed the importance of discovering the past, analyzing the present and anticipating the future of African-Americans during a live broadcast to campus audiences across the U.S.

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