Opinion Page: Bias, Segregation Thrive in America

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In his op-ed that appeared in today's Philadelphia Inquirer, guest Rob McCord argues that, in spite of the progress of the civil-rights movement in the last forty years, racial bias and segregation are alive and well in our lives, in our jobs, and in our neighborhoods.


Rob McCord and Leigh Jackson, husband and wife; McCord is white, Jackson is black.



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