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Roundtable: Poll Reveals Americans' Racial Attitudes

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Roundtable: Poll Reveals Americans' Racial Attitudes

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Roundtable: Poll Reveals Americans' Racial Attitudes

Roundtable: Poll Reveals Americans' Racial Attitudes

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The Internet is buzzing about a new poll, surveying the racial attitudes of black and white voters. Plus, what makes a person "legally" black? And does America still need affirmative action?

Farai Chideya talks with bloggers Michael Fauntroy, Danielle Belton of Black Snob, and Amani Channel of My Urban Report.

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