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Roundtable: Vote Sparks Rift Between Blacks, Gays

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Roundtable: Vote Sparks Rift Between Blacks, Gays

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Roundtable: Vote Sparks Rift Between Blacks, Gays

Roundtable: Vote Sparks Rift Between Blacks, Gays

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On today's bloggers' roundtable: President-elect Barack Obama makes a historic visit to the White House.

Meanwhile, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her former running mate, Sen. John McCain, open up in media interviews.

Plus, as protesters take to the streets to battle the new ban on gay marriage in California, are black Americans bearing the brunt of the anger?

Farai Chideya talks with Baratunde Thurston of Jack & Jill Politics; Brandon Whitney of Homeland Colors; and Eisa Ulen of EisaUlen.com.