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Obama Eulogizes Charleston Pastor and The Race Card Project

Special | 10m 16s | Video has closed captioning.

Obama’s stirring rendition of “Amazing Grace” celebrates the lives of the Charleston shooting victims as he eulogized Emmanuel AME pastor and congressman Clementa Pinckney. NPR’s Michele Norris discusses race relations in America along with a gut check of American feelings on the shooting through her venture “The Race Card Project.”

Aired: 06/26/15

Rating: NR

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