Nobody in Tony Harris' report on Thursday said America is beyond race. But most seemed to agree that the country had moved beyond the racism of the 1960s. And when you compare today's diversity of our government and our corporations and our schools to how it was back then, it's easy to see how things have changed.
The question isn't whether racism still exists - it clearly does in all races of today's society. But we'd like you to vote and comment on whether it's still a major issue in today's America, versus the America of your grandparents.
Carl Azuz, Anchor