Pretty thin article detailing the historical relationship between black folks and Clinton. The piece got off to good start, but then it just devolves into calls to a bunch of black people who've known Hillary over the years. The Essence:

She took a sociology course at Wellesley College that included a trip through Boston’s poor areas. On Tuesdays, she went to a housing project in Cambridge to mentor “underprivileged Negroes,” as she wrote to Don Jones, her minister back home, who had taken her to hear the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. speak in Chicago four years earlier.

Haha. I love "underprivileged Negroes." It's a quote from the time, so I'm not beating her up for it. But that's funny. Come on, you know you were laughing

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