Looking at the political and social history of Blacks in America, any change that took place on a grand scale on behalf of Blacks always seemed to be led by people that were called "leader". More recently, King, Malcolm (Nation of Islam) and even the Panthers were able to attract worldwide attention for Blacks in America. They did things that made a difference for the Black condition. They are either no longer with us or play a prominent role and there doesn't appear to be a single person that has surfaced since to be the voice of the Black community. A few have attempted, but none have caught fire like the others mentioned. Do you think the Black community is in need of a "leader" today and who would you suggest that might be? Maybe you think we already have a leader(s), if so, who? Could a Black woman be a powerful and persuasive leader for Blacks in modern America?