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Ethnic Media Roundtable on Race 2008

UpFront Radio, Audio, Sandip Roy Posted: Jun 15, 2008

Editor's Note: Ethnic media editors and writers discuss how race is going to play out in Race 2008 now that Barack Obama is the candidate. Tammy Johnson, public policy director and contributor to ColorLines magazine, syndicated columnist Earl Ofari Hutchinson and AsianWeek columnist Emil Guillermo join Sandip Roy on UpFront.

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