I’ll be on NPR tomorrow at 1:00 pm Eastern

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

The bloggers behind DJ Black Adam and the field negro and I will be on NPR News & Notes’ blogger’s roundtable segment tomorrow.

We’ll be discussing the New American Media survey about tensions among communities of color, John Edwards responding to question about the OJ verdict being “payback” from black America, and blacks being targeted by suburban nuisance laws.

You can listen to a live stream by clicking the “24-hour Program Stream” link right next to the NPR logo in the upper left-hand corner of their homepage. Or you can listen online later in the day on the News & Notes page.

Update: The audio has been posted. You can listen here.

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