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Race Relations / Discussion #1050732

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jul 20, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with Alveda King†, niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, and Bernice King†, his daughter, on race relations. [Yesterday, President OBAMA – says each generation seems to be making progress when it comes to race; says his daughters and their friends are better than we are.] [From Atlanta, A. KING – comments on Obama’s remarks; comments on the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman for the killing of Trayvon Martin.] [From Atlanta, B. KING – comments on the impact of Obama’s remarks on Americans and in light of her father’s “I Have a Dream” speech.] The views of anti-racism writer/activist Tim Wise† on the Kings’ comments. [WISE – says the racial drama is the drama of this country.]
Lemon, Don

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