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Roundtable: New Orleans' Race Relations

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Roundtable: New Orleans' Race Relations

Roundtable: New Orleans' Race Relations

Roundtable: New Orleans' Race Relations

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Ed Gordon talks with guests at the roundtable about race relations in New Orleans one year after the tragedy.

He's joined by Leonard Moore, a professor of African-American History at Louisiana State University, Barbara Major, co-chair of the Bring New Orleans Back fund, and New Orleans native Edward Haas, a professor of History at Wright State University.

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