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Racism / Sherrod Race Case / A Discussion #971362

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 26, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The charges from former Vermont Governor Howard Dean that Fox's coverage of the Shirley Sherrod story was racist introduced. [DEAN - criticizes Fox's overall racist coverage.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with RedState.com Erick Erickson & Georgetown University professor Michael Eric Dyson about racism, bias & Fox. [DYSON - talks about the realities of Fox coverage of minorities; explains the definition of racism & how it is embedded in society.] [ERICKSON - says we cannot have an honest conversation about racism in this country because it is about policy differences; states people are hacked off by the growth of government.] [DYSON, ERICKSON - bicker over the racism issue.]

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