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Events that Mattered Most to African-Americans in 2004

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Events that Mattered Most to African-Americans in 2004

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Events that Mattered Most to African-Americans in 2004

Events that Mattered Most to African-Americans in 2004

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NPR's Tony Cox is joined by Melissa Harris-Lacewell, professor of political science at the University of Chicago, and nationally syndicated columnist Earl Ofari Hutchinson for a look back at 2004 and the events that mattered most to African Americans.

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