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Michigan women who championed civil rights featur...
So often, when people think of leaders in the civil rights movement, images of men come to mind. But that is not where the story ends. Women, too, have played a significant role in the struggle for...
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Weed advocates see gains as opponents mobilize fo...
... medical marijuana, and others weighing its medicinal or recreational use, advocates of looser laws on weed appear to have the advantage. But leading medical groups remain ambivalent,...
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CAAMFest 2014 – Celebrating the rich legacy...
Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) is proud to present the 32nd CAAMFest, the largest of its kind in North America that celebrates diversity not only in its film features, but also in...
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... covering up tabloid hackingRebekah Brooks denies covering up tabloid hacking Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has denied covering up the wide extent of phone hacking at the...
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Emmy Award Winning Animal Rescuer Passes, Leaves ...
... animal rescuer and 1980s Greenpeace volunteer, originally from Newfoundland, Canada, passed away Saturday morning, March 1, at Olive View Medical Center after a short illness....
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Retracing the SS St. Louis History: A Survivor’s ...
Louis Legacy Project Foundation for a 14-day Crystal Cruise to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the sailing of the SS St. Louis. The Nov. 5, New York departure will feature “Retracing the SS...
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arts, culture & judaica | Russian émigré sculptor...
... always pregnant with ideas,” says sculptor Misha Frid of San Francisco. “Some have just started, some are in process, some are in the foundry.” The 75-year-old Russian-born artist opens...
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This Company Is Turning The Power Of Storytelling...
... their shared interest in activism and filmmaking. Endres had recently left her role as Chief of Staff at Van Jones’ Green for All to write a screenplay, having originally moved to Los Angeles...
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The Economic Case For A Nontraditional Career Path
... Tim Cook, or Starbucks and Howard Schultz. We have a very human tendency to associate large organizations with their leaders, particularly if, as in the cases above, the leader is also the...
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Bielski Brigade survivor shares story of daring r...
Aron Bell of Palm Beach was a member of the famous Bielski brigade during World War II that saved more than 1,200 Jews fleeing Nazi oppression in Poland. The group’s story of resistance to Nazi...
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Russian LGBTs seek
asylum in US
An influx of Russian LGBTs fleeing the Slavic nation is landing on U.S. shores seeking asylum, according to queer immigration experts. Immigration Equality received 120 requests for assistance from...
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Sotto: Legalizing marijuana evil, disaster
... PROPOSAL.' Senator Vicente "Tito" Sotto III says proponents of legalizing marijuana are just "camouflaging" their proposal by using the term "medical marijuana" when it will just promote...
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Arizona Boxing News & Notes With Don Smith: Q & A...
Officially, it was declared a TKO victory for Briggs with one second remaining in the 12th and final round. Sergei was prevented from returning to the ring by handlers who felt he was finished for the...
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Diplomacy Canadian Style
... identity and a precious Canadian passport for a fugitive Mossad agent. A honeypot security officer working for Canadian immigration romancing an Iranian-Canadian businessman, and letting the...
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Inside the Love Story That Brought Down DOMA
... New Yorkers Edie Windsor, 77, and Thea Spyer, 75, made plans to travel to Toronto, Canada, so they could be legally married after four decades together. When one of the wedding...
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A race for a better life
Bastidas didn’t realize she was being abducted until she was already in the car, being driven off to the outskirts of Mexico City. The Ladner mother-of-two was 17 at the time, and returning to...
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Harlem Children’s Zone Leader to Step Down
Geoffrey Canada, one of the nation’s most prominent nonprofit leaders, announced today he plans to step down as chief executive of Harlem Children’s Zone after more than 20 years at the helm. Mr....
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