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Dr. Darlene Clark Hine, the Board of Trustees Professor of African American Studies and History at Northwestern University, is ar- guably the most prolific and highly regarded historian on African-Ameri- can women in the world. [...] most important, Obama's substantive shattering of the most public and powerfully symbolic barometer of outsider status, that is, achieving the U.S. presidency, will inspire all minority and majority racial and ethnic populations in addition to African-Americans.
Putting Barack Obama's Candidacy In Historical Perspective Ibram Rogers Diverse Issues in Higher Education; Oct 16, 2008; 25, 18; Docstoc pg. 15
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