Fear of A Black Republican

Fear of A Black Republican

Book - 2011
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Today, less than 10% of African Americans consider themselves to be Republican and many of them keep their political views "in the closet." At the same time, most U.S. cities are dominated by the Democratic Party and the Republican Party is an endangered species. Filmmaker Kevin J. Williams takes a non-partisan journey over four years and two presidential elections to find out why there are so few Black Republicans and what that means for the future of the two-party political system in America. Starting in his hometown of Trenton, New Jersey, he focuses his camera of the GOP's efforts in urban areas versus the suburbs, the Democratic Party's success in retaining the African American vote, and what it means to be a Black Republican.
Publisher: Trenton, N.J. : Shamrock Stine Productions, ©2011
Description: 1 videodisc (111 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Branch Call Number: DVD 324.2734 Fea


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