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News & Notes , January 14, 2009 · On today's bloggers' roundtable: The Congressional Black Caucus is considering how its role will change in an Obama administration.

Meanwhile, President-elect Obama's paternal grandmother brings White House warming gifts all the way from Kenya.

Plus, some experts are warning the bad economy may fuel the growth of more hate groups.

Farai Chideya speaks with Wayne Hicks of Electronic Village; Amani Channel of My Urban Report; and Lenny McAllister of Hip Hop Republican.

1 comment:

rmrd said...

It will be interesting to see if the CBC allows Congressmen from other ethnic groups who represent largely African-American districts to have a seat in the organization.

Does the CBC represent African-American districts and their specific issues, or does it represent African-American legislators and their specific issues?