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Former NBA star Magic Johnson, actor Jesse Williams, and CNN anchor Don Lemon talk to Wolf Blitzer about President Obama's new initiative for young men of color, "My Brother's Keeper."
In an interview with The New Yorker magazine, President Obama opens up about issues of race, pot and political divisions.
A Southern Poverty Law Center report accuses a Homeland Security employee of going online to promote a race war on whites. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
Tracy Martin travels to Capitol Hill to defend his son's memory. CNN's Joe Johns reports.
CNN's Lisa Sylvester details how the higher than expected minority turnout affected the 2012 election.
In the wake of the deadly attack at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, a former skinhead tells his story to CNN's Brian Todd.
Arno Michaelis says he’s never met Wade Michael Page, the white supremacist who gunned down six people before killing himself, but he can identify with him. "If it wasn't for things- very fortunate things that happened to me along the way and help I got from other people, many of whom I had claimed to hate, I could have very easily ended up where Wade Page ended up on Sunday," Michaelis told Todd.
Thanks to what he describes as “a twist in life,” Michaelis left behind his life of hate and now runs an organization, Life After Hate, dedicated to helping people transition out of that existence.