I'm wondering about this sentence in the article:

Bryan White is the de jure leader of the U-District Street Youth Alliance.

De jure means as a matter of law, indicating that perhaps there's some dispute about the leadership of this organization—that is, perhaps there's a de facto leader as well. If this is the case, who is the de facto leader?

The U-District Street Youth Alliance page is a stub, so no info there to help determine this, and the Bryan White who made the edit inserting his name as the "de jure" leader of the group also created his own article page with the most basic of info; his user page doesn't exist yet.

-- Don | Talk 19:17, 15 May 2005 (PDT)
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