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Roundtable: Bob Jones Apologies For Racist Policies

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Bob Jones University — a fundamentalist Christian institution — is apologizing for its decades-long racist past. Should they be applauded?

Plus, the Canadian Supreme Court rules that obese passengers should get two seats for the price of one. Should the same happen in the States?

For more, NPR's Tony Cox speaks with Amani Channel of My Urban Report; Carmen Dixon of All About Race; and Michael Fauntroy.

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