Roundtable: La. Wants Katrina Names, Anti-War Sermon

Ed Gordon is joined by Roland Martin, executive editor of The Chicago Defender; John McWhorter, Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow in Public Policy; and Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania. Topics include: Louisiana lawmakers want FEMA to release the names of Katrina evacuees; an anti-war sermon could cost a church its tax exempt status; and a school in Michigan stops singing a song about picking cotton, after black parents complain.

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