Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice told CBS’s “Sunday Morning” that electing the nation’s first Black president was a pivotal moment in our history, but said “we shouldn’t deceive ourselves that we’re raceblind.” Rice also said, “I think all Americans were quite taken with the fact that we were able, after the long history we’ve been through, that initial birth defect of slavery, that we’ve elected an African-American,” Rice said in an interview taped recently for CBS’s sunday morning talks show. “And that’s enormously heartening for people in the country, but also people worldwide who still have trouble with differences.”