We Have Been Faking the Funk

Alford, Harry
August 2011
Washington Informer;8/25/2011, Vol. 46 Issue 94, p25
In this article, the author discusses the ability of African Americans in solving social disputes in the U.S. The author says that African Americans achieved a big love affair with U.S. President Barack Obama because they have proclaimed him as African American. The author notes that African Americans are the pride of the world, and they were admired by their determination and resilience, since they produce more leaders.


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