Online Racism: Who's To Blame? Millions of Americans jump online to join the debates held on blogs and websites. But what happens when those passionate discussions turn disrespectful and nasty? Host Michel Martin speaks with Anna Holmes, editor in chief of Jezebel.com, and Terence Samuel, deputy editor of TheRoot.com, for more about when online posting gets out of hand.
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Online Racism: Who's To Blame?

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Online Racism: Who's To Blame?

Online Racism: Who's To Blame?

Online Racism: Who's To Blame?

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Millions of Americans jump online to join the debates held on blogs and websites. But what happens when those passionate discussions turn disrespectful and nasty?

Host Michel Martin speaks with Anna Holmes, editor in chief of Jezebel.com, and Terence Samuel, deputy editor of TheRoot.com, for more about when online posting gets out of hand.