Race and Politics
with Rep. J.C. Watts
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He’s a dynamic preacher, a father of six, a former football star, and now a former U.S. Congressman. He was the first black republican to serve in house leadership, and he shocked the nation when he gave up his seat to stay home with his family. His name? Congressman J.C. Watts and he joins us today to discuss what it means to be black and conservative.
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