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During a Fox Business discussion on racial division, Charles Payne challenged educator and activist Jay Morrison on some of his opinions on race and identity.

Morrison said that the way for blacks to stop killing each other was to unify and "understand that before we're American, we're African first - that's why it's 'African-American.'"

"When African people realize we are one, one people...then we'll unite and we'll fix our own problems," he said. "We cannot forget the perpetrator who caused this misery for us."

"I think we're all Americans first and foremost," Payne said. "And I'm of African descent, and I'm proud of that. But I'm more proud of being an American than anything else."

Watch the heated segment above, and read more on FoxBusiness.com.

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