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Roundtable: AIDS and Religion, King Papers, Al-Qaida
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Roundtable: AIDS and Religion, King Papers, Al-Qaida

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Roundtable: AIDS and Religion, King Papers, Al-Qaida

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The panel discusses a study linking religion and safer sex among people living with AIDS; the controversial auction of papers from Martin Luther King, Jr.; and new evidence that there was no link between Saddam Hussein and al-Qaida.

Farai Chideya is joined by Joe Davidson, editor at The Washington Post; Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania; and Nat Irvin, columnist for The Winston-Salem Journal.

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