Henry Crespo, President of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (left), speaks with Avery Griffin about voter turnout in the upcoming elections at the counter in Jackson's Soul Food restaurant in Overtown, Fla. "The only reference point people have with a black national leader is Martin Luther King," said Crespo on Oct. 9, 2014.
Henry Crespo, President of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (left), speaks with Avery Griffin about voter turnout in the upcoming elections at the counter in Jackson's Soul Food restaurant in Overtown, Fla. "The only reference point people have with a black national leader is Martin Luther King," said Crespo on Oct. 9, 2014. McClatchy
Henry Crespo, President of the Democratic Black Caucus of Florida (left), speaks with Avery Griffin about voter turnout in the upcoming elections at the counter in Jackson's Soul Food restaurant in Overtown, Fla. "The only reference point people have with a black national leader is Martin Luther King," said Crespo on Oct. 9, 2014. McClatchy

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