Eugene Robinson of the Washington Post discusses his book “Coal to Cream” (Free Press). He recalls his years as a correspondent in South America, and how the concepts of race he grew up with in the segregated South began to change one sunny day on a beach in Rio de Janeiro. (Originally aired 8/31)

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