Amos ‘Duke’ Griffin Sr. knows racial violence, disaffection, and homelessness. Now, on his path to a more stable life, he elects to vote for the first time.
Prejudice lingers, but there’s evidence it’s becoming a thing of the past.
The Harold and Kumar sequel squanders an opportunity for sharp political satire as the titular duo are mistaken for terrorists.
His efforts have helped to heal his community, and himself.
Inaugurated Monday, he promises to clean up corruption.