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- Shelby Steele research fellow, the Hoover Institution; author, "White Guilt: How Blacks And Whites Together Destroyed The Promise Of The Civil Rights Era."
- Beverly Daniel Tatum President, Spelman College; author, "Why are all the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Cafeteria," and the forthcoming "Can We Talk about Race? And other conversations in an Era of School Resegregation."
- Neely Tucker Staff writer for the Washington Post; author, "Love in the Driest Season," a memoir of adopting a baby in Zimbabwe.
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