Held to a Higher Standard

Tiger Woods is at the center of the debate about whether women should be members at Augusta National Golf Club. Tavis Smiley talks with Dr. Martha Burk, chair of the National Council of Women's Organizations, a group that's been pressuring Augusta to admit women, regular sports commentator George Johnson, and Peter Roby, Director of Northeastern University's Center for the Study of Sport in Society, about whether athletes of color are held to a higher standard as role models.

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