In Black Mosaic: Essays for Post-Racial America, Richard Kenyada assesses the progress we've made in our quest to find the key element that unites us as Americans and, further, as human beings. The term qpost racialqpopped up after the first Obama victory, but the mood of the country has not reflected that kind of hope. In many ways, Americans seem to be drawing their own lines in the sand. But it's no longer the historic us-against-them of the Cold War era. The lines are being drawn between Americans - races, classes, genders, and sexual orientation.But ifI ever desire to watch these shows, DirecTV has made it easy for me to find them. They are on Channels 328, 329 and 330 a TV One, Centric and Black Entertainment Television. No need for me to take a chance of browsing throughanbsp;...
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