Joseph Watkins, Paul McKinley, Mark Carter and Harold "Noonie" WardAnd they blame most of the problems in the black community (including poverty, black on black crime) on the liberal black leadership in those black communities.
Watkins is the founder of V.O.T.E. (Voices of the Ex-Offender), Carter is also an activist with V.O.T.E. Paul McKinley, another activist with V.O.T.E was the Republican nominee to replace Jesse Jackson, Jr. Ward is a former gang member with the Gangster Disciples, turned businessman/activist.
Some of these same activists blasted Barack Obama's 2014 State Of The Union.