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Shows featuring Excerpts From Barack Obama's Q&A At The Unity Convention In Chicago

  • Obama Holds Brief Q&A Before Thousands of Journalists of Color at UNITY Convention Obamaunityweb
    Senator Barack Obama addressed a crowd of thousands of journalists of color at the UNITY convention in Chicago Sunday. We play highlights of the Q&A session, including Obama responding to questions about affirmative action, African American reparations and whether, if elected, his administration would consider issuing an apology to Native Americans. [includes rush transcript]
    July 28, 2008 | Story