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Op-ed: 'Post-Racial' U.S. Not Yet A Reality
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Op-ed: 'Post-Racial' U.S. Not Yet A Reality

Op-ed: 'Post-Racial' U.S. Not Yet A Reality

Op-ed: 'Post-Racial' U.S. Not Yet A Reality
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Leonard Pitts Jr., in a column for CNN, wonders about "those Americans who convinced themselves in November the country had entered a "post-racial" era."

Pitts thinks the reason some white people see this era and some black people don't may be due to different yardsticks.

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