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In the brand new season premiere of This Week in Blackness, Elon James White (VH1, NPR, Hufffington Post) comes back to start off 2010 gearing up for Republican National Chairman Michael Steele’s new book “Right Now: A 12 Step Program to defeat the Obama agenda.” Plus White puts up a few theories on how to best explain Mr. Steele…

Elon James White is a Brooklyn-based comedian, writer and host of the web series “This Week in Blackness”; a satirical look at race, politics and pop-culture in a so-called “post-racial” America. Follow Elon on Twitter at www.twitter.com/elonjames and visit him online at ElonJamesIsNotWhite.com and ThisWeekinBlackness.com.

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