Attorney Alton Maddox -
Negro Leaders, Politicians, Preachers as Pimps and Prostitutes of the Black Community
This lecture touches on the difficulties of finding and maintaining legitimate, uncompromised black leadership within a white power structure. Specifically, Mr. Maddox describes the political situation in the mid-1990s nationally as well as locally in New York City. Jesse Jackson serves as a case study for ineffective black leadership. Mr. Maddox analyzes Rudy Guliani and Al Sharpton’s mayorial campaigns.