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Roundtable: White Privilege, Cloned Meat

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Roundtable: White Privilege, Cloned Meat

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Roundtable: White Privilege, Cloned Meat

Roundtable: White Privilege, Cloned Meat

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On the roundtable, a discussion of white privilege, the FDA revisits the issue of selling meat for public consumption from cloned animals and boxer Mike Tyson announces he's planning to step back into the ring.

Farai Chideya is joined by Callie Crossley, a commentator on the Boston television show Beat the Press, Walter Fields, CEO of the North Star Network, and Pedro Noguera, of New York University.

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