Highlights of blacks at the Clinton inauguration

February 1997
Jet;2/10/97, Vol. 91 Issue 12, p4
Focuses on blacks at US President Bill Clinton's second inaugural celebrations in February 1997. Appearances by singer Chaka Khan, actress Whoopi Goldberg and Dr. Maya Angelou; Clinton's effort to reflect the diversity of the country with the festivities; Excerpts from Clinton's Inaugural Address and comments he made at the Inaugural Congressional luncheon; Rev. Jesse Jackson's comments at the Metropolitan AME Church.


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