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Kerry Accuses Bush of Creating Race Divisions

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Kerry Accuses Bush of Creating Race Divisions

Kerry Accuses Bush of Creating Race Divisions

Kerry Accuses Bush of Creating Race Divisions

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Sen. Kerry is greeted by civil rights activist Dr. Benjamin Hooks at the NAACP annual convention in Philadelphia, July 15, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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Speaking before the NAACP, Sen. John Kerry strongly criticizes President Bush for rejecting invitations to speak before the group since 2000. Kerry accuses Bush of dividing America by race and promises that if elected, he will be president of all people. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.