'Shop Talk:' Harassment Or Horseplay By The New York Jets?

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Host Michel Martin visits the Barbershop this week, where the guys discuss the Congressional Black Caucus' 40th anniversary in Washington and its relationship with President Obama and the New York Jets football players' sexual harassment case. In the shop seats are freelance journalist Jimi Izrael, Johns Hopkins University Associate Professor of Political Science Lester Spence, Jason Johnson author of "One Day to Sell: Campaign Managers in the Modern Age," and Republican Strategist and Grants Program Advisor for The American Association of State Colleges and Universities Marcus Skelton.



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