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Wikileaks, USDA discrimination

  • Aired: 07/30/2010
  • 50:38
  • Expires: 07/30/2015
  • Rating: NR
Joshua Foust about the significance of the new Wikileaks documents. Professor Charles Ogletree looks at race relations in America and argues against a colorblind society Shirley Sherrod and the USDA discrimination case. The mini-house movement. And, remembering David Lewis and his remarkable work with addicts and ex-prisoners.
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A look at the new Wikileaks docs ; the USDA and discrimination; remembering David Lewis
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