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Listener Checks In: A Take on Rev. Jeremiah Wright

Listener Checks In: A Take on Rev. Jeremiah Wright

From 1988 to 1993, Krista Summitt lived in Chicago and attended Trinity United Church of Christ. This week, when she heard one of Rev. Jeremiah Wright's sermons on endless replay, she thought back to the clergyman she admired then and still admires now.

The marketing pro gave us her take on Barack Obama's former pastor, the man whose sermons about race, America and 9-11 sparked a pivotal speech Tuesday by Barack Obama. Summitt gives a personal take on the outrage over Wright's remarks:

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