with David Horowitz and Niger Innis
Many like Representative John Conyers of Michigan and The Chicago City Council have been advocating the payment of reparations by taxpayers to African-Americans to make amends for the slavery and segregation of the past. But is this the solution to racial tensions in America? Plus, significant stridesa in the quest for racial equality have been made in the last 40 years, but are African-Americans and other minority groups being equally represented in mainstream America? Listen in!
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