American politics are becoming more and more polarized along ideological lines, as contemporary fights over health and financial issues illustrate. What are the implications of this polarization for racial and ethnic minorities? How has the election of an African-American President impacted minority communities and race relations as a whole? How can Americans end the use of race, language and national origin as political and cultural wedges?
Charles Blow, Op-Ed Columnist, The New York Times
Karen Narasaki, former President, Asian American Justice Center
Norm Ornstein, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute
Juan Williams, Political Analyst, Fox News (moderator)
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