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Young has often been relegated in recent years to the second tier of civil rights leaders. “The Powerbroker” argues persuasively that he deserves higher.
— The New York Daily News
He may not have wished for popularity, but “The Powerbroker” aims to reveal his voice and efforts to a country that still benefits from the results of his persuasive activism.
— The Daily Beast
‘The Powerbroker’ not only showcases a revolutionary whose rhetoric wasn’t sexy or easily co-opted by hip-hop for its lack of easy sloganeering, but it also presents an unspoken attitude in the Black community: a distrust of other Blacks if they happen to be friends with a lot of white people.
— New York Amsterdam News