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With the recent Shirley Sherrod controversy, many people have been calling the Obama administration “too white” with their hands off approach to the subject of racism.

While his cabinet does include Attorney General Eric Holder, U.N Envoy Susan Rice and Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett, many say that all of them have a “too scared” approach to the disease that is racism in this country.

So in saying this, do you believe Obama needs more Blacks like Holder/Jarrett in his cabinet, an Al Sharpton type, or someone with a very, direct unafraid approach like Shirley Sherrod?

We look forward to hearing your thoughts on this subject.

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