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In Monday's Supreme Court decision on affirmative action, the justices wished for a race-neutral America within 25 years. Join host Neal Conan for a discussion of race and identity — when is race important, and how might it be different two decades from now?

Guests:

Andrea Guerrero
*an attorney in San Diego
*Author, Silence at Boalt Hall: The Dismantling of Affirmative Action

Carol Swain
*Professor of law and political science at Vanderbilt University
*Author, The New White Nationalism in America: Its Challenge to Integration Cambridge University Press, 2002
*Author, Contemporary Voices of White Nationalism Cambridge University Press, 2003

Nathan Glazer
*Professor of sociology emeritus at Harvard University

Beverly Daniel Tatum
*President of Spelman College, a historically black women's college
*Author, Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria? And Other Conversations About Race: A Psychologist Explains the Development of Racial Identity

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