David Dinkins made history in 1989 when he was elected the first African-American mayor in New York City history, but only white men have been elected mayor ever since. Dinkins and State Sen. Brian Benjamin talk to "In Focus" Host Cheryl Wills about what it takes to diversify the top levels of government. They also discuss the education obstacles African-American New Yorkers face.

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