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.
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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