Oklahoma Black Leaders Worried About Citizen Involvement In The Political Process

Oct 21, 2014

Black leaders are voicing concerns about a growing sense of apathy about politics within the African-American community. Former state senator Angela Monson says there is an attitude among younger black voters that their vote isn’t making a difference, while Oklahoma NAACP President Anthony R. Davis says black voters are frustrated that getting a college degree still doesn't guarantee a job.


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