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January 3, 2005 NPR's Tony Cox launches a four-part series exploring issues of American identity. Each of the panelists begin the discussion by describing their own concepts of identity, race and ethnicity — and also, how they see the "other" in their own lives.
January 4, 2005 On day two of our four-part series of roundtable discussions exploring issues of American identity, NPR's Tony Cox and his guest address how racial and cultural identity is influenced through cross-cultural factors such as film, music, food and language.
January 5, 2005 We continue our four-part series exploring issues of American identity. On day three, NPR's Tony Cox and his guests look at identity through cross-cultural relationships and sexual politics.
January 6, 2005 The struggle at Wounded Knee, the American internment of Japanese during World War II, the Civil Rights movement -- how do grand and tragic historic events define us as Americans? We wrap up our four-part series on race and identity in America with a look at the roots of a multi-cultural country.
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