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Campaign 2008 / Obama's Speech / A Discussion #888202

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 18, 2008
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) The challenge today in Senator Barack Obama's speech about race and his controversial pastor noted. Live discussion held with CNN's Roland Martin, Center for the Advancement of Women Faye Wattleton and "The Great Awakening" author Jim Wallis. [MARTIN - explains how Obama has delineated the lineage of the black church; comments on the bridges between black and white churches.] [In studio, WATTLETON - says Obama should have put more distance between himself and his pastor; suggests Obama will have to deal with Wright's comments about the Middle East; speaks about the theology preached in the black churches.] [WALLIS - calls this an "amazing day" in which this has become a test of Americans following Obama's speech about how to turn a dream into a more perfect union.]
Reporter(s):
Brown, Campbell
Duration:
00:06:20

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