We're Going To Start A Dialogue...Again. Another week of racial controversies, another week of calls to "start a dialogue on race." What does that even mean? We talk to two veterans of one high-profile attempt at a national conversation on race, who have different views of its effectiveness.
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We're Going To Start A Dialogue...Again.

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We're Going To Start A Dialogue...Again.

We're Going To Start A Dialogue...Again.

We're Going To Start A Dialogue...Again.

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Another week of racial controversies, another week of calls to "start a dialogue on race." What does that even mean? We talk to two veterans of one high-profile attempt at a national conversation on race, who have different views of its effectiveness.

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