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Roundtable: OJ's Back In Court; Does Anyone Care?

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Roundtable: OJ's Back In Court; Does Anyone Care?

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Roundtable: OJ's Back In Court; Does Anyone Care?

Roundtable: OJ's Back In Court; Does Anyone Care?

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O.J. Simpson appears in court as his trial continues in Las Vegas, Nevada. Jae C. Hong/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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O.J. Simpson's robbery trial is underway in Las Vegas, but is anybody really paying attention?

Plus, could racial prejudice decide the presidential election? A new poll says it could.

And a new study ties attitudes about gender roles to income.

On today's bloggers' roundtable, NPR's Tony Cox speaks with Danielle Belton of Black Snob and Shawn Williams of Dallas South.