The post-racial conversation, one year later


ONE YEAR after the inauguration of America’s first African-American president, MSNBC presented “Hope and Fear in Obama’s America: 2010″ on Monday, January 18, at 10 p.m. (Eastern),an extended discussion on race, with Irshad Manji, Visiting Scholar at the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service (NYU Wagner) and the Director of the Moral Courage Project at New York University.

Manji, author of the bestselling book “The Trouble with Islam Today,” joined a lively panel of thought leaders in discussing some of the most pressing and provocative issues related to the changing landscape of racial relations in the United States. This Martin Luther King Day special broadcast will be conducted live from Texas Southern University in Houston, and moderated by Chris Matthews of “Hardball” and radio host Tom Joyner.

 Tune in to hear Irshad Mani’s comments at http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/34929528#34929528  and offer your own by clicking the “Comments” link above.

3 thoughts on “The post-racial conversation, one year later

  1. Your blog has made me think about an issue from another perspective. This is quite rare when I change my opinion about such issues but it looks that you’ve done it. The day has started with something new! Thank you!

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