After Words with Randall Kenedy
In his latest book, legal scholar Randall Kennedy explores the influence of racial politics on the administration of the first black president. Some of the questions he attempts to answer are: whether black Americans feel obligated to support the Obama presidency, whether they have special expectations of President Obama, and whether the president should feel a unique racial obligation to his most loyal constituency. He delved into those topics with American Urban Radio White House correspondent April Ryan. close
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Randall L. Kennedy Professor Harvard Law School
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