The most racially charged moments of Bush's presidency (SLIDESHOW)

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Former president George W. Bush is back in the headlines, thanks to the opening of his presidential library and museum in Dallas today.

Bush was always a polarizing president and he remained wildly unpopular with African-Americans throughout his eight years in office.

From the controversial Florida vote and Supreme Court decision that resulted in his presidency to his handling of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, it’s fair to say that Bush and the black community often didn’t see eye to eye.

Here, theGrio looks back at the tense times.

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