Roundtable: Chris Rock's Oscars, Sex Ed, Southern Racism

NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by Kyle Bowser, founder of Res Ipsa Media, Inc., a multimedia production company; George Curry, editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service, and Amy Barnett, managing editor of Teen People magazine. They discuss Chris Rock and his political satire at the Oscars, abstinence-only sex education, counter-terrorism, and race versus heritage in the formerly Confederate South.

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