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<p>Black America was flush with joy and excitement as President Barack Obama was sworn into office in 2009. Four years later, the excitement is still there, but it should come with a new set of priorities and expectations, columnist Bill Fletcher says.  (Courtesy photo).<br /></p>

Black America was flush with joy and excitement as President Barack Obama was sworn into office in 2009. Four years later, the excitement is still there, but it should come with a new set of priorities and expectations, columnist Bill Fletcher says. (Courtesy photo).

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