Al Sharpton Sizes Up Generations of Black Leaders
W.E.B. DuBois, Martin Luther King Jr., and Malcolm X made their marks.
But what about today's black leaders? What are they doing, and how are they passing the torch to the next generation?
The Rev. Al Sharpton offers Farai Chideya his take on the next group of black leaders and what they might accomplish.
He points out how diverse black leadership has been in style and approach: "In every era, we're always in transition ... Every generation has different people who do different things," Sharpton says.
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