At the top of our agenda this week: Attorney General Eric Holder on his pledge to preserve our right to vote, the Reverend Al Sharpton on what President Obama needs to do for African-Americans in his second term.
In our “Washington Watch” roundtable, Rahiel Tesfamariam, editorial director of UrbanCusp.com; political analyst and columnist for Ebony.com Zerlina Maxwell;
Angela Rye, founder of IMPACT, a political action firm; and writer Michaela Angela Davis.
Plus, the families of gun violence victims speak out; and Representative Marcia Fudge, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, on why voting in down-ballot races is crucial.
All that today on “Washington Watch.”
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