Fifteen years ago, in July 1998, Jim Lehrer held a panel with President Bill Clinton called a Dialogue on Race. The roundtable was wide-ranging and touched on differing topics from the roots of discrimination to the obstacles in finding solutions. President Clinton said, then, that economics and education were the best tools to end racism.
Excerpts: A Dialogue on Race With President Clinton
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