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America Votes 2008 / Obama Race Speech / Discussion #894778

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 22, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Senator Barack Obama's speech on race in America in response to fiery sermons from his former pastor, Rev. Jeremiah Wright, noted. [OBAMA – speaks of inequalities passed on from an earlier generation; says segregated schools were and are inferior schools; comments on “legalized discrimination” against African Americans and the education and economic gaps between blacks and whites.] Live in-studio discussion held with radio hosts Martha Zoller† and Frank Ski† and Latino Women of Georgia Rocio Woody† about Obama’s speech. [ZOLLER, SKI, WOODY - express views.] [OBAMA – comments on white people’s resentment toward blacks and immigrants.] [ZOLLER, SKI, WOODY – react.]
Sanchez, Rick

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