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At Ballot, Black Mormon Couple Weighs Faith, Race
With two African-American candidates and two Mormon candidates vying for the presidency, black Mormons find themselves at the political intersection of race and religion. Host Michel Martin speaks with two black members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: Don Harwell and his wife, Jerri, who have different political viewpoints.