Is the Black community witnessing a changing of the guard among its top leadership? The New York Times magazine reported Rev. Al Sharpton as saying that Jesse Jackson’s star has fallen in the Black community, and he is ready to step in. Is the nation ready for Al Sharpton? The New York Times political reporter Adam Nagourney discusses the changing face of the civil rights leadership. 2411
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