Opinion Page: Bias, Segregation Thrive in America 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.
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Opinion Page: Bias, Segregation Thrive in America

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Opinion Page: Bias, Segregation Thrive in America

Opinion Page: Bias, Segregation Thrive in America

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.

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