U.N. Conference on Racism & Reparations


Kenneth Walker
* NPR Correspondent in South Africa

Deroy Murdock
* Syndicated Columnist, Scripps Howard News Service
* Senior Fellow, Atlas Economic Research Foundation (Fairfax, VA)

Salih Booker
* Executive Director, Africa Action

Monday, The United States and Israel pulled out of the World Conference Against Racism being held in Durban, South Africa. The two countries refused to condemn Israel in the meeting's proposed declaration. On the next Talk of the Nation, join guest host Steve Inskeep for the latest news from Durban, plus a discussion of reparations in the United States.

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