Race Relations In Akron

— NPR's Don Gonyea reports from Akron, Ohio, where President Clinton held the first in a series of town meetings, at which he plans to discuss race relations in America. For nearly two hours yesterday, the President asked members of a local audience how they think the racial climate in the United States can be improved. He's trying to encourage people across the country to take part in similar discussions.



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