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Race Relations / Discussion #1050726

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 20, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Views on whether there is a generation gap on race relations presented. [On the street, several GENERATION Y-ers – offer views.] Live discussion held with anti-racism writer/activist Tim Wise†, writer/filmmaker Saaret Yoseph† and LaSalle University sociology professor Charles Gallagher† about race relations. [In-studio, WISE – says young people are more attuned to the reality of race but sometimes they perpetuate it without realizing it; notes every year there are blatant cases of racism on college campuses.] [From Washington, DC, YOSEPH – admits she is bothered by the N word.] [From Philadelphia, GALLAGHER – explains why white America is delusional & schizophrenic.]
Lemon, Don

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