The sad loss of Barbara Jordan still felt today

Carter, Richard
March 2000
New York Amsterdam News;03/23/2000, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p11
Comments on the death of Barbara Jordan, a Democratic congresswoman from Texas, in 1996. Loss of a dedicated legislator, incisive thinker and philosopher; Loss of a potential Black presidential prospect for the United States.


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