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Obama supporters cheer as they watch results from the Louisiana presidential primary on February 9.
Now that Sen. Barack Obama has clinched the Democratic nomination for president, we consider the impact of that historic event from a generational perspective.
For more, NPR's Tony Cox talks with the Rev. Joseph Lowery, a civil rights icon who co-founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He was a confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
They are joined by Afi Odelia Scruggs, an independent journalist and writer.