Race in American Politics
Students from the University of Denver, George Mason University, and Pace University in New York City participated by broadband feed in a distance learning class.
This course was a partnership between C-SPAN, The Cable Center, and the University of Denver. The copyright for this program is held by The Cable Center.
Tavis Smiley talked about the role of race in American politics, specifically the State of Black America. He spoke on his experience with racism, his advocacy of dialogue in alleviating racism, and Sen. Obama’s presidential campaign. He answered questions from the students.
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Christopher Malone Professor Pace University->Political Science
Steve Scully Host C-SPAN
Tavis Smiley Host Black Entertainment Television
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