Holmes, Tamara E.; Brown, Carolyn M.
February 2004
Black Enterprise;Feb2004, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p26
Reports on the candidacy of Afro-American Democratic state Senator Barack Obama of Illinois for the U.S. Senate. Sponsors of the senatorial campaign of Obama.


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