Protests Follow Olympic Torch

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Olympic protests

Thousands gathered in San Francisco on Wednesday to protest China's human rights record. Here the Chinese and Tibet flags clash as their respective supporters march through the city. Max Whittaker/Getty Images hide caption

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As the Olympic torch heads to Beijing, the traditional relay has been overshadowed by protests of China's human rights record. Sports writer Brian Kazinew and Sherry Chang, who hosts a radio program for Chinese Americans, discuss the controversy.

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