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2015/02/28 00:25
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The Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, a former president of the University of Notre Dame who tangled with the Nixon administration, died late Thursday. He was 97. For those who knew him, Hesburgh was simply...
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2015/02/27 20:36
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A student group in South Africa this month called on all Jews to leave the Durban University of Technology, an act of anti-Semitism that Americans could not imagine on their own college campuses. But...
2015/02/27 07:48
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SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — The priest who transformed the University of Notre Dame into an academic power during his 35 years in charge while also serving as an adviser to popes and presidents has...
2015/02/26 03:10
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Protecting religious liberty is not just the right thing to do, but it’s the smart thing to do, a human rights activist said this week. “Like every other human right, religious freedom is the...
2015/02/26 00:20
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Progress in U.S. civil rights and the continuing challenges are in the news nearly every day. From the U.S. Supreme Court taking up the issue of same-sex marriage to events in Ferguson, Mo. to the...
2015/02/25 18:21
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Civil Rights Commissioner Peter Kirsanow warned Congress on Wednesday that President Obama’s deportation amnesty program, which will allow illegal immigrants to get Social Security numbers and...
2015/02/24 17:29
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ST. LOUIS, MO–A St. Louis community outreach leader has warned a federal civil rights agency that the upcoming warmer months could bring more street violence fueled by lingering resentment of police...
2015/02/24 01:20
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... – The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights is taking a closer look at policing in the country hoping to make recommendations to congress and President Obama. And to help, the Missouri Advisory...
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ST. LOUIS COUNTY, MO (KTVI) – A special committee is looking into how police and the public interacted in the wake of the civil unrest in Ferguson. The Missouri Advisory Committee to the U.S....
2015/02/21 23:43
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Eric Schwartz would take 100 lashes if it would spare a Saudi blogger more pain. The University of Minnesota professor is among seven academics and religious freedom advocates who have put their...
2015/02/21 03:10
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The Palm Beach Fellowship of Christians and Jews will honor two women who epitomize the mission of the fellowship at the group’s annual dinner. Rosalie H. Franks and Mary Gerstenberg Hulitar will...
2015/02/14 01:19
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Portrait of Yarrow Mamout (Muhammad Yaro), 1819. Charles Willson Peale, American, 1741-1827. Oil on canvas. 24 x 20 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art “Old Georgetown had a curfew against blacks...
2015/02/13 22:43
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I have spent 20 years working in nonprofit think tanks, the last 13 as a resident scholar with the Institute for Policy Innovation in Dallas. I also ran the Washington, D.C.-based Council for...
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Picture Mayor Muriel Bowser, pair of oversized novelty scissors in hand, perched on the front steps of the Franklin School. The mayor is inaugurating the Institute for Contemporary Expression, a new...
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Testimony at a Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission hearing in Farmington last week provided reason for hope. Participants said they had seen significant improvements in race relations since the...
2015/02/10 01:07
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KETCHIKAN, Alaska - A coalition of aboriginal tribes in southeast Alaska wants a Canada-U.S. Commission to review the impact of B.C. mines on shared waters. Fourteen tribes have formed the United...
2015/02/06 20:59
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The Union government has reacted sharply to a second speech by U.S. President Barack Obama referring to religious intolerance in India. “Aberrations don’t alter India’s history of tolerance,” Union...
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U.S. Commission of International Religious Freedom: Muslims and Hare Krishnas are Out in Majority-Muslim Azerbaijan | Commentary As the national debt continues to spiral, now at more than $17...
2015/02/03 20:32
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Michael K. Young, president of the University of Washington, is expected to be named the sole finalist to become the next president of Texas A&M University, sources told the The Texas Tribune on...
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Catholic News Service LAGOS, Nigeria (CNS) -- The retired archbishop of Lagos called on candidates in the country's Feb. 14 elections to focus on issues of importance to voters rather than on...
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