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Monday, July 22, 1996 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Affirmative Action Debate
1996-07-22

Affirmative Action Debate

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Affirmative Action promises to be a major issue in the 1996 Presidential and Congressional elections. Today, on Democracy Now, we bring you a group of some of this country’s leading thinkers, writers and activists on this controversial issue.

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MARY FRANCES BERRY, chair of the US CIVIL RIGHTS COMMISSION joins us to talk about hearings on church burnings, racism and her views on affirmative action.


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