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2015/01/27 01:19
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FLINT TOWNSHIP, MI -- An officer injured during a weekend shootout remains hospitalized, but his condition is improving, according to police officials. Flint Township Lt. James Baldwin said Monday,...
2015/01/27 01:19
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2015/01/26 08:08
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Stephen Somerstein was a 24-year-old college student when he photographed Martin Luther King Jr and the 1965 Selma to Montgomery, Alabama march that changed the course of civil rights in the...
2015/01/23 13:07
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THIS WEEK: Jan. 23 to 29, 2015 Winter Book Sale. Marian Sutherland Kirby Library, 35 Kirby Ave., Mountain Top. Through Feb. 3 with hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m....
2015/01/22 20:19
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Jasmine Guy stars in playwright and cellist Harry Clark's production "Raisin' Cane: A Harlem Renaissance Odyssey" at George Mason University on Saturday. (Photo by Michael Andre) Jasmine Guy had a...
2015/01/20 00:30
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Appearances are deceptive. A white American President will be received next Sunday by a white Asian President. Superficially however, it’s a coincidence that an American President’s first visit as...
2015/01/19 15:51
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This New Year brings us to the midpoint of a decade and one half century after the turbulent 1960s. Then, as the first baby boomers entered their teens, political, cultural, and social events seemed...
2015/01/19 14:43
2015/01/19 14:43
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Bob Kravitz, the former Indy Star columnist now working for Indy TV station WTHR, broke the news that the Patriots may have used deflated balls during the AFC title game. Deflated balls can be easier...
2015/01/19 01:08
2015/01/19 01:08
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MONTGOMERY- MARCH 25: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. seen close from the rear, speaking in front of 25,000 civil rights marchers, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery march in front of Alabama...
2015/01/18 17:52
2015/01/18 17:52
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When he went to enlist in 1943, shortly after graduating from high school, a white friend was sent in one direction, Bass and other blacks in another. Later, while stationed in the South, Bass was a...
2015/01/15 21:48
2015/01/15 21:48
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Civil Rights March Photo Exhibit at the New-York Historical SocietyView Full Caption NEW YORK CITY — When City College student Stephen Somerstein heard Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s call for a march...
2015/01/15 15:07
2015/01/15 15:07
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THIS WEEK: Jan. 16 to 22, 2015 Dickens Book Group, a discussion of Book Two of Charles Dickens’ “Little Dorrit.” Barnes & Noble Booksellers, Arena Hub Plaza, Wilkes-Barre Township. 7 p.m. Jan. 20....
2015/01/06 21:05
2015/01/06 21:05
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Your face is like the face of your father, and like him, you are "tough, dark, vulnerable, moody--with a very definite tendency to sound truculent." You would not want anyone "to think you are soft."...
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2015/01/05 21:19
2015/01/05 21:19
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... The White House stokes the sputtering fires of outrage over the news that House Majority Whip Steve Scalise addressed a white supremacist group: “There’s no arguing that who Republicans decide to...
2015/01/05 20:17
2015/01/05 20:17
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Finding love is, in some ways, the ultimate out-of-body experience in that we feel so attuned and connected to someone else. Yet, it is also a process of adventure and discovery that is entirely...
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2015/01/02 18:26
2015/01/02 18:26
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In 1960, James Baldwin, the American Orwell, wrote “Fifth Avenue, Uptown: A Letter from Harlem,” an essay that portrayed the ugly dynamic between white police officers and young black men in the...
2015/01/02 10:50
2015/01/02 10:50
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Fannie Lou Hamer, illustration by Jason Luz Twenty years ago, I met Fannie Lou Hamer. I’d just graduated from high school in Cleveland. My sister, Beverly, and I were very active in the Congress of...
2015/01/01 14:52
2015/01/01 14:52
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Lewis, who has represented Atlanta on Capitol Hill for nearly three decades, was a leader of the civil rights movement of the 1960s and is an important character in the Selma movie, which was shown in...
2015/01/01 09:17
2015/01/01 09:17
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Betrayal is an equal opportunity misfortune. It is rare for someone to pass through life without feeling betrayed. How can we heal from betrayal so that we don’t succumb to depression, cynicism, and...
2014/12/31 19:05
2014/12/31 19:05
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I spent decades denying I was an optimist before copping to it, and now--instead of trying to live the label down, I find myself trying to live up to it. I'd say this year has left me with an acute...
2014/12/31 12:40
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WASHINGTON -- Live long enough and life can be filled with strange symmetries. Rep. John Lewis has seen that to be true several times this year. He has twice viewed the Golden Globe-nominated movie...
2015/01/27 01:19
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