A discussion of the fear of reverse discrimination and the threat of the loss of affirmative action as related to cultural and racial relations, is examined. Guests: Art Fleming, Chairman, US Commission on Civil Rights and James Venema, President, National Association for Neighborhood Schools; Preston Wilcox, President, AFRAM, a Harlem-based consulting firm; and Professor Derrick Bell, Harvard Law School. (112)
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