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NAACP (search) Chairman Julian Bond opened the organizations 94th annual convention on Sunday with some strong accusations against Republicans. Bond's toughest attack focused on the issues of civil rights (search) and civil liberties (search).
Is their any legitimacy to his claims? Or is this just a dramatic ploy to get in the spotlight? Ron Daniels, executive director of the Center for Constitutional Rights, and Kevin Pritchett of the Center for New Black Leaders will contest the issue.
President Bush has wrapped up his five-nation tour of Africa. What did he uncover and where do we go from here?
JC Watts, a former Oklahoma congressman and the only African American Republican in Congress when he retired this year, spent time with the President in Africa. He will join us to assess the situation.
Former congressman Thomas Andrew will also join the discussion.
Can we start to turn things around in Iraq? Should we put someone else in charge or is the U.S. the best for the job? Don’t miss the debate.
The FOX Sports Net series, Beyond the Glory, will air a special two-hour documentary on Mike Tyson (search) this Wednesday night. What non-fiction and outrageous happenings could occur during the creation of the show?
Producer David Michaels spent four months interviewing the former heavyweight champ and previous managers and wives, and he will join us tonight.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
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