The Arizona Informant Publisher speaks on race relations

The Arizona Informant is a black-owned newspaper started in 1971 by Cloves Campbell Sr. who was Arizona’s first African-American state senator. The paper is now run by Cloves Campbell Jr. who also served in the state legislature. Cloves Campbell Jr. spoke with Horizonte host Jose Cardenas about his feelings on race relations in today’s political climate.

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Cloves Campbell Jr., Owner/Publisher of the Arizona Informant

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