Holder's Black History Speech Makes Waves

Attorney General Eric Holder, the first African-American to hold the post, delivered a fiery speech at the Justice Department to mark Black History Month. Slate legal analyst Dahlia Lithwick discusses the latest from the Justice Department with Alex Cohen.

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