Black Churchgoers Reflect on Obama's Race Speech

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On Easter Sunday, many black worshipers and church leaders are talking about Sen. Barack Obama's recent speech on race in America. NPR's Audie Cornish in Nashville, Tenn., talks with Andrea Seabrook about what is being said on the pulpit and in the pews.



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