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Obama: Race Relations Are Better, but More Work Is Needed

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President Barack Obama. Photo: JNS.org.

President Barack Obama. Photo: JNS.org.

Reuters – President Barack Obama said in a commencement speech on Saturday that U.S. race relations have improved over the last three decades, but that significant work still needs to be done.

“I tell you this not to lull you into complacency, but to spur you into action because there’s still so much work to do,” Obama told about 2,300 Howard University graduates in Washington, acknowledging that racism and inequality still persist. “We cannot sleepwalk through life,” he said.

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