Portrait of a Negro Corporate Politician

Black Commentator writes:

Atlanta corporate attorney and Democratic Georgia state senator Kasim Reed was deeply distressed at our March 13 BC cover story "Blacks and Browns: The Need to Make Common Cause."  We know because he told us so.  BC spelled out the tale of Reed's shameful attempt to ape the demagogic meanness of Republicans on the immigration issue.  In a bill that had no chance of passage, Reed proposed, among other things, to lock up anyone who applied for a job in Georgia with a fake ID for five years.  With no detectable irony in his voice, Reed assured BC in a phone conversation that he was acting to "protect the jobs and living standards" of black families in Georgia.  More >>>


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