Obama: ‘Healthy’ for U.S. to talk about race relations

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President Obama believes the ongoing national dialogue about race relations – particularly minority communities’ interactions with law enforcement – is “healthy” for the U.S. and could lead to long-term solutions. In an interview with NPR recorded before he left for a two-week Hawaiian vacation, the president said he believes the nation is no more racially divided…

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Freelance writer and a lifelong Washington Native. Robs articles will generally reflect a Moniker of Robbie G, in honor of his late Uncle “Doc”, who raised him for his first year of life. He credits his writing skill to two very different, and very determined Creative Writing professors at both Bellevue Community College and Seattle University. His career placed him in organizations such as Honeywell Aerospace, Paul Alan's Experience Music Project, Boeing Aerospace, and Microsoft. When not running or Mountain biking, he’s usually, charting and stock trading. Rob and his wife Sandi love traveling, snowshoeing in the winter and Geo cache outings in the summer.





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