Obama and Race and Unions

Associated Press

AP’s Fournier talks to blacks, whites in Detroit, finds prejudices fall along racial divide.

“There was suspicion, contempt — and yet, for many, a desperate hope that Obama’s candidacy might be the final step in America’s long path to racial equality.”

Meanwhile: NY Times finds union leaders are facing some resistance to Obama because of race in key states.

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