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What truth sounds like RFK, James Baldwin, and our unfinished conversation about race in America

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Examines the sources of America's torturous racial politics, tracing the 1963 meeting that included James Baldwin, Robert Kennedy, and a host of expert activists, who transformed racial and political understandings and set the stage for national disputesthat are still raging today.

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New Rochelle Public Library CD 305.8 D 6 CDS (Text)
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Port Chester-Rye Brook Public Library CD 305.8 D (Text)
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