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Derrick Z. Jackson

Black 'saints' cannot deliver whites from racial inertia

By Derrick Z. Jackson
Globe Columnist / December 23, 2006

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IN MASSACHUSETTS, there is a new Saint Patrick. Up in New Hampshire, curious people recently treated Barack Obama like a saint. It is uncertain if a black person in the bully pulpit means the pews are open to all. (Full article: 748 words)

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