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Race and the California Recall Election
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Race and the California Recall Election

Race and the California Recall Election

Race and the California Recall Election
Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Tavis Smiley talks with Frank Gilliam, professor of political science at UCLA and director of the university's Center for Communication and Community, and Joe Hicks, co-founder of Community Advocates, a privately funded Los Angeles human relations organization. Gilliam and Hicks talk about how and why race is playing such a prominent role in the California recall election.

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