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2015/03/24 12:05
2015/03/24 12:05
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This is what it's come to. Starbucks asked its local baristas to have conversations about race. Not the federal government or Congress. Not academia or the NAACP. But a national coffee shop chain...
2015/03/24 12:05
2015/03/24 12:05
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2015/03/20 20:21
2015/03/20 20:21
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Convicted murderer found hanging from a tree in possible lynching was last seen leaving a casino as it is revealed his body had been decaying for some time Body of African-American man found hanging...
2015/03/20 01:20
2015/03/20 01:20
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ATLANTA - Lynchings in which mobs raided jailhouses to hang, torture and burn alive black men, sometimes leading to public executions in courthouse squares, occurred more often in the U.S. South than...
2015/03/19 20:30
2015/03/19 20:30
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A 2008 law ordered the Department of Justice to investigate pre-1970 unsolved cases but campaigners will tell the Human Rights Council it has not done enough 30 Jul 1946, Monroe, Georgia, USA — The...
2015/03/16 18:57
2015/03/16 18:57
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Serena Williams and Sloane Stephens have a date in the fourth round of the BNP Paribas Open, one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world, taking place right now in Indian Wells, CA. Williams...
2015/03/16 18:17
2015/03/16 18:17
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Most of the coverage about the Oklahoma University fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon specifically focuses on the students using a racial slur to describe African Americans. Their gleeful singing about...
2015/03/16 12:22
2015/03/16 12:22
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Serena Williams has announced that she will take a wildcard into the 2015 BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, a tournament she has boycotted since being harassed by the crowd in the 2001...
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2015/03/14 20:50
2015/03/14 20:50
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The 50th anniversary commemorations of the civil rights march in Selma, Alabama, reminded Americans of how far we have come in the battle against racism — and how far we still have to go. Just this...
2015/03/07 15:33
2015/03/07 15:33
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I have been ruminating on a couple of ideas surrounding change that were sparked by recent events great and small. First, it is the legislative season, which means that various interesting and...
2015/03/04 19:51
2015/03/04 19:51
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Almost 4,000 blacks—about 700 more than previously reported—were lynched in 12 Southern states between Reconstruction and World War II, according to a new report by the Equal Justice...
2015/03/03 05:38
2015/03/03 05:38
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Seth Rose is a senior political science major from Durham. My interview was set to begin in 30 minutes, and all I wanted was to be back home with the support of my friends and loved ones. Most of...
2015/03/01 08:57
2015/03/01 08:57
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There is a dirt road north of Shubuta, in Clarke County, Miss., that seems to lead to nowhere anyone might want to go. If you turn onto East Street and follow the bend in the road, you encounter a...
2015/02/28 20:08
2015/02/28 20:08
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The boos rained down upon the Williams family, leaving scars of permanence. The tranquil setting of Indian Wells, that Southern California tennis haven, was now the center of controversy. It was March...
2015/03/24 12:05
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