Roundtable: FBI Activist Files, African White Flight Tuesday's roundtable topics include: rights advocacy groups want to sue the FBI for monitoring their activities; "white flight" spreads in South Africa: and Native Americans win a court battle to challenge the use of the name Redskins for the NFL franchise. Guests: Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania; George Curry, editor-in-chief of The National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service; and John McWhorter, Manhattan Institute senior fellow in public policy.
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Roundtable: FBI Activist Files, African White Flight

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Tuesday's roundtable topics include: rights advocacy groups want to sue the FBI for monitoring their activities; "white flight" spreads in South Africa: and Native Americans win a court battle to challenge the use of the name Redskins for the NFL franchise. Guests: Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania; George Curry, editor-in-chief of The National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service; and John McWhorter, Manhattan Institute senior fellow in public policy.