Marion Barry, the former mayor of D.C., has been combating heavy
charges of racism after his “dirty Asian” remarks earlier this month.
In a discussion about employment, Barry said that Asians have “dirty shops” and therefore “ought to go.”
“But we need African-American business people to be able to take their place,” he explained.
Unwilling to let the comments slide, Reason caught up with Barry and asked the city’s former mayor why he needed to bring race into the issue.
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