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Julian Bond is the chairman of the NAACP. He joins guest host Steve Roberts to talk about the organization’s recent convention, plans to memorialize black workers who helped build the White House and the Capitol building, the status of civil rights initiatives and race relations in the U.S., and more.
- Julian Bond Chairman of the NAACP board of directors and professor at the University of Virginia and American University
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