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Best of the Week

'News & Notes' in Review: June 2-6, 2008

Best of the Week

Each Friday, we'll be compiling highlights from the week that was — just in case you missed any of it.

Best of June 2-6, 2008

From the Show:
Donna Brazile Offers Insight on DNC Delegate Decision
Growing Up Black in a White Family
How Will Obama Candidacy Impact Clinton Legacy?
Blacks Overseas Excited About Obama's Candidacy
Obama's Success Impacting Notions of Race?
feat. Joseph Lowery

From the Blog:
Let's Play Six Degrees of Obama
Will an Obama Win Bring an End to Affirmative Action?
Carter to Obama: Don't Pick Hillary for VP
Lifestyles & Trends: Oprah's Got an Obama Problem? (Video, y'all!)
Holla if You Hear Me, Los Angeles!

Coming up on Monday, we'll take a closer look at Hillary Clinton's concession speech and hold a special roundtable about black-Latino relations ahead of the fall election.

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