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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Elbridge James
Black leaders in Maryland are worried that a recommended congressional map expected to increase Democratic dominance of state politics could also reduce the influence held by black voters.
"Spirited actions, speak-outs, protests and entertainment will shine a light on corporate greed and the human suffering it has caused, and demand justice for the 99 percent," explains spokesman Elbridge James.
"We have real concerns with that," said Elbridge James, political action chairman for the NAACP's Maryland State Conference. "Our concerns are that there are Congress persons it could put into harm."