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June 04, 2008

Milestone: Are We There, Yet?

Despite the apparent reluctance of Hillary Clinton to concede, it would seem America has reached a new milestone in its history of race relations. For the first time in history, it looks as if a black individual has secured the presidential nomination of a major party.

There are too many stories to link, perhaps the Drudge Report, Afronary dot net and Memeorandum are good enough for those who would like to read through the coverage.


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