Henry Louis Gates

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The movement for racial equality has affected African Americans in very different ways. Some have made it; some have not. In his newest book, Henry Louis Gates asks why. He joins NPR's Lynn Neary for a look at America Behind the Color Line.


Henry Louis Gates Jr.
*Author of many books including America Behind the Color Line: Dialogues with African Americans
*Chair, African and African-American studies department at Harvard



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