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New BritainAfrican-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux's 1920 silent classic, "The Symbol of the Unconquered" was originally advertised as a chance to come see "the annihilation of the Ku Klux Klan." While clearly overly optimistic, the film was an important part of...
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ReutersDavid Ortiz believes fingers pointing at him and other Dominican players regarding the use of performance-enhancing drugs amount to profiling. The Boston Red Sox designated hitter took issue with a column by the Boston Globe's Dan Shaughnessy that...
ReutersThe Sports Xchange Ortiz: PED rumors are unfair David Ortiz believes fingers pointing at him and other Dominican players regarding the use of performance-enhancing drugs amount to profiling. The Boston Red Sox designated hitter took issue with a column...
The Star, Shelby, N.C.The sheet of paper shows a pen-and-ink sketch of a robed man -- symbolic conical hat on his head, slits for eyes -- standing in front of a bare-limbed tree. Blasted across the top are words that seem suited to Civil War-era times. "Join the KKK...
Philadelphia Daily NewsTO CELEBRATE Mother's Day, Women's Way is feting an advocate for moms everywhere, and you'll definitely recognize her face. Former supermodel Christy Turlington Burns did everything right with her first pregnancy. She received prenatal care, ate...
firstname.lastname@example.orgNIXA, Mo. -- Shirts meant to serve as tribute to a fallen friend at Nixa High School sparked controversy and debate over racial concerns. One year ago, Colby Snider lost his life to carbon monoxide poisoning. "He did debate. He was a very outgoing...
After seeing the picture in The Tribune of the old Philadelphia restaurant on April 1 I can only plead that the paper cease and desist from printing these pictures of the city of my youth. It is just too painful to relive the memories of my city that...
“U.S. GOVERNMENT INITIATES OPEN WARFARE AGAINST AMERICAN PEOPLE,” blared one headline. “DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY UNDER ATTACK,” warned another. “DEATH TO ZOG!” urged a third — referring to Zionist Occupation...
The News & ObserverDuke University has received a large collection of papers documenting extremist and hate groups in the United States. The collection was donated by the Southern Poverty Law Center's Intelligence Project and includes some 90 boxes of periodicals,...
In a bizarre twist of fate, the Kardashians are weighing in on Amanda Bynes' latest shenanigans. The reality TV family — mom Kris Jenner and Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian — took over E!'s late-night reality show "Chelsea Lately"...
Like most films depicting historic accounts of real-life events, the bio-epic "42" carries the immediate disclaimer that it is based on a true story, leaving room for interpretive analysis and creative license. Consequently, dramatic interpretations are...
Tags: 42 (movie), Baseball, Movies, Racism, Jackie Robinson
Miami HeraldOn May 13, 2010, Gaby Pacheco returned home to South Florida after completing a four-month, 1,500-mile walk from Miami to Washington, D.C. to press Congress to pass a bill that would legalize millions of undocumented immigrants, including herself. She...
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