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Why so many Black Americans vote the same way, despite diverse views

CBS News Thursday, 24 September 2020
A recent article in the New York Times Magazine titled "How the Black vote became a monolith" looks at the history of Black voters aligning their support behind one party or another. Theodore Roosevelt Johnson is the author of that story and he joined CBSN to discuss how the fight for the rights of Black Americans shaped voting patterns.
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