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Bloggers' Rountdable: Obama/McClurkin Controversy

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Bloggers' Rountdable: Obama/McClurkin Controversy

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Bloggers' Rountdable: Obama/McClurkin Controversy

Bloggers' Rountdable: Obama/McClurkin Controversy

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Rev. Donnie McClurkin, (left), and Barack Obama, (right) Getty Images hide caption

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Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan says black men are headed for extinction, and Sen. Barack Obama is under fire for teaming up with gospel singer Donnie McClurkin, who has controversial views about homosexuality.

On this week's bloggers' roundtable, Farai Chideya talks with Gina McCauley of What About Our Daughters, Wayne Bennett of The Field Negro and Duane Brayboy of Black Informant.

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