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Obama Victory Transforming Collective Black Psyche

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Obama Victory Transforming Collective Black Psyche

Obama Victory Transforming Collective Black Psyche

Obama Victory Transforming Collective Black Psyche

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How does Sen. Barack Obama's White House win impact the black community's self-perception? Plus, what can and should the black community expect out of his administration?

For more on the psychological and political realities of an Obama presidency, Farai Chideya talks with Dr. Alvin Poussaint — professor of psychiatry at Judge Baker Children's Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston — and Ron Walters, professor of government and politics at the University Of Maryland.

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