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george washington is the general contractor. if you ever put in addition on your house, you know it is more about with the general contractor has in mind than what the architect has in mind. >> tonight on q&a, we speak about george washington's role in unifying the country and ratifying one of the countries first documents. >> what they wanted to do was recruit washington into their coup d'etat. hamilton at already spoken with washington. telling him that this democracy thing was not going to work and that washington would have to leave. austin believed that -- washington believed that it could work. >> scholars outlined ways in discussaders can minority civil rights under a donald trump administration. this is just over two hours. >> every -- i think the mice can just stay up. we are thankful for everyone's patience as we work out our sound issues. there going to get right to program, because we are behind schedule. my name is mark thompson. i'm not only the protege of dr. ron daniels, but i am a host of a show on sirius xm. thank you. we are broadcasting live right now on sirius xm.
60,000 black professionals all over the world, george fraser. and of course right here from newark -- and back in the day, -- he has beenk" here for a long time, the people's organization for progress, chairman larry hamm. [applause] brilliant, brilliant sister, who is an emerging faith leader, she is the coordinator of cleveland action, now the associate dean of howard university, reverend waltrina middleton. [applause] and also for the center for media and justice, in oakland, california, and movement with black lives chinyere tutashinda. ,[applause] and next, a brother we have watched develop over the years throughout stuff with katrina. he is the president of the hip-hop caucus, lennox yearwood. and the person, who over the years, has helped mobilize and organize the black vote to be relevant, nonpartisan, but not irrelevant, our dear beloved friend for the national coalition on black civic participation, melanie campbell. please welcome her. [applause] stage, aack to the deer, beloved friend for many years. he helped raise me. he is my dad. minister,y and also a will you pleas
professionals in the world. professionalsack all over the world, george frasier. [applause] right here from newark, he ,as been here for a long time the people's organization for progress, chairman larry hamm. [applause] brilliant sister, who is an emerging faith leader, she is the coordinator of political action and the dean of the indirect and memorial chapel at howard university, reverend middleton. [applause] for the center for collective justice in oakland, california, and movement with black lights, chinyere tutashinda. [applause] and a brother we have watched develop over the years throughout stuff with katrina. and the person, who over the where's this helped mobilize and organize the black vote to be relevant, nonpartisan, but not frelevant, our dear beloved iend for the national coalition on black civic participation, melanie campbell. [applause] our friend for many years from howard university. basicallyically -- my dad. please welcome back mark thousand. [applause] mark: thank you dr. daniels. we are going to get right into our conversation and begin with the first que
poem that his father wrote about george bush, it was one of my greatest moments when he read that on my show. we lift up his spirit and his son who is continuing in his father's name. the mayor of a newark, new jersey. ras baraka. [applause] mayor baraka: thank you. it is an absolute pleasure to be here this evening. i know the sister said i am good. thank you, i am good, this is my city. because i am the mayor, everybody in here is good. you have to worry about anybody beating you on the way out, that is for sure. i try to take as many notes as possible, but i think there is a lot of confusion and a lot of things that we think have been said, the young people pick up, a lot of it is a historical, and it gives us a false start in terms of how we should be and how we should be organizing. a lot further ahead to me actually are. most of it is because we spent a lot of time attacking each other rather than our enemies. our enemies get away and we spend most of our energy beating on one another. rather than our enemies. i do want to say that there were times when we would say, elected bl
sequential order so we can get to everybody fairly. george frazer, ladies and gentlemen. george: the answer to your question is yes and yes. it is also -- it has always been. always been between black folks and white folks. it has always been that and it will always be that. for the next 100 years. black folks and white folks. race will always play a part in every major decision that has anything to do with the upper nobility of black people. race will always play a part. we are grown as people. we know this. now use this, this means that we have a clean slate with the democratic party. with the republican party. competition is the lifeblood of our american heritage. isn't it interesting that we can now for the republican party to come eat with the democratic party for our votes going forward if in fact the democratic party and on-demand deliver on the process he made to black people. -- trumppublican party said things and made promises to that if barack hussein obama had said those things while he was on it for president, he would have never made it to the presidency. he made promis
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