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VIDEO: Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton spoke at black churches in Selma, Alabama,
ABC News - 3/4/2015
VIDEO: Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton spoke at black churches in Selma, Alabama, on the 42nd anniversary of the civil rights march.
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Media advisory - Minister Shelly Glover to Make an Important Announcement for Urban
BusinessWeek - 3/4/2015
WINNIPEG Date: Time: Where: SOURCE Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Minister Shelly Glover to Make an Important Announcement for Urban Aboriginal Peoples Noodls
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Document: DOJ report on Ferguson PD
CNN - 3/4/2015
(CNN) A Justice Department civil rights investigation has concluded that the Ferguson Police Department and the city's municipal court engaged in a "pattern and practice" of discrimination against African-Americans
Justice report finds systematic discrimination against African-Americans in Ferguson I360 Gov
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'Unparalleled': A look at the civil rights movement
CNN - 3/4/2015
Story highlights The Steven Kasher Gallery will be showing powerful photos from the 1965 Selma marches Included are images from the late Charles Moore, whose civil rights work is legendary The Ava DuVernay
'Unparalleled': Charles Moore's photos of the civil rights movement CNN
'Unparalleled' photos of the civil rights era CNN
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Feds find discrimination against African-Americans
CNN - 3/4/2015
The probe is the result of an investigation ordered by Attorney General Eric Holder after the police shooting that killed Michael Brown last summer. Among the findings, reviewed by CNN: from 2012 to
Justice report finds Ferguson discrimination WCVB.com
Justice Department on Ferguson: No Wilson charges KTXS-TV
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DOJ: Ferguson PD routinely violated constitutional rights of African American
MSNBC - 3/4/2015
The Department of Justice found that Ferguson officers routinely engaged in stunning patterns of racial bias, including unreasonable excessive force. MSNBC's Trymaine Lee reports and Alderman Antonio
DOJ: Ferguson PD routinely violated constitutional rights of African Americans MSNBC
DOJ: Ferguson police violated rights MSNBC
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Justice review uncovers pattern of racial bias among Ferguson police
Washington Post - 3/4/2015
By , The Justice Department will issue findings Wednesday that accuse the police department in Ferguson, Mo., of racial bias and routinely violating the constitutional rights of black citizens by
Justice review finds pattern of racial bias among Ferguson police Washington Post
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Officials: Report finds racial bias in Ferguson
USA Today - 3/3/2015
A U.S. Justice Department investigation found sweeping patterns of racial bias within the Ferguson, Missouri, police department according to law enforcement officials familiar with the report. (March
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Rev. Al Sharpton To Keynote Selma ‘AIDS Is A Civil Rights Issue’ Town Hall
Reuters - 3/3/2015
Rev. Al Sharpton To Keynote Selma ‘AIDS Is A Civil Rights Issue’ Town Hall Sharpton to be honored with Human Rights Vanguard Award for contributions to AHF’s year-long black and
Rev. Al Sharpton To Keynote Selma 'AIDS Is A Civil Rights Issue' Town Hall Benzinga.com
Mar. 7: Rev. Sharpton to Keynote Selma Public Town Hall (Graphic: Business Wire) Digital Journal
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Aboriginal families move into empty Nimmie Caira houses
ABC Online - 3/4/2015
Indigenous social housing tenants from Balranald and Robinvale have moved into properties, vacated due to the Nimmie Caira project. In 2013 the federal government paid $180m for 11 properties between
Aboriginal families move into Nimmie Caira houses ABC Online
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LBJ linked Latinos, civil rights in 'Selma' speech
Miami Herald - 3/4/2015
Fifty-years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson asked a joint session of Congress to respond to the brutal beatings of protesters in Selma, Alabama, by passing a federal Voting Rights Act that would "open
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African American Fathers' Racial Socialization Patterns: Associations with Racial
Family Relations - 3/4/2015
Existing parenting frameworks have suggested that fathers' developmental histories and social experiences are important determinants of their parenting practices. Few studies, however, have examined how
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An Extension and Moderational Analysis of the Family Stress Model Focusing on African
Family Relations - 3/4/2015
This study focuses on 422 African American families with two caregivers as children transition into adolescence. The family stress model was tested longitudinally using structural equation modeling. Results
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Julia Roberts, Cicely Tyson to be honored at the Gracies Awards
UPI - 3/4/2015
LOS ANGELES, March 4 (UPI) -- Julia Roberts , Cicely Tyson , Maggie Gyllenhaal , Olivia Munn and Mae Whitman are to be honored at the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation's 40th anniversary Gracies
Julia Roberts, Cicely Tyson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Munn and Mae Whitman are TickerTech.com
Julia Roberts, Cicely Tyson, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Olivia Munn, Mae Whitman, And Finwin
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Mo’ne Davis Named as the Black Cotton Foundation’s 2015 Jasmina Anema Youth Award
A.M. Best - 3/4/2015
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Blatter: Sanctions against racism need to be stiffer
Miami Herald - 3/4/2015
FIFA President Sepp Blatter has urged South America's football associations to hand out tougher sanctions for acts of racism by soccer fans. Speaking Wednesday to members of the South American confederation
Sepp Blatter wants points deductions for racism The Press NZ
Soccer-Blatter wants points deductions for racism Yahoo! News
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Protect community from racism, Sikh bodies tell Obama
Times of India - 3/4/2015
AMRITSAR: A day after the Delhi Sikh Gurdwara Management Committee (DSGMC) announced its 'America Plan' to bring awareness about Sikhs' identity among US citizens, a video showing students shouting 'terrorist'
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Too many African Americans plan too little for death, experts say
Washington Post - 3/2/2015
Brandi Alexander was relieved when she got the news that her father’s cancer was in remission in 2003. Neither she nor her five siblings subsequently took the time  to talk with their father about his
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DOJ report said to show racial bias by Ferguson police
USA Today - 3/2/2015
WASHINGTON — Six months after the fatal shooting of a black teenager by police in Ferguson, Mo., the Justice Department is expected to conclude that local authorities engaged in discriminatory enforcement
DOJ report said to show Ferguson police discrimination USA Today
Ferguson report may come this week USA Today
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Chicago's black voters key to mayoral race
Reuters - 3/2/2015
(Reuters) - Winning more support from Chicago’s black community, which makes up about one third of the electorate, will be essential if Jesus “Chuy” Garcia is to cause one of the biggest political upsets
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Al Sharpton called 'black pawn' in white game
CNN - 3/2/2015
Byron Allen, CEO of Entertainment Studios, is on Reliable Sources to discuss his lawsuit against Comcast, Time Warner Cable & Al Sharpton. Are the charges warranted?
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Rhythm helps close out Black History Month at Waukegan Library
Chicago Tribune - 3/2/2015
Black History Month didn't go out quietly at Waukegan Public Library. On Saturday afternoon, Feb. 28, a program on the unifying themes of rhythm and music in African culture included plenty of hands-on
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Black Enterprise Announces 50 Most Powerful Women In Corporate America
Reuters - 3/2/2015
The Executives Will Be Honored During the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit PR Newswire NEW YORK, March 2, 2015 NEW YORK , March 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --  Black Enterprise ( BE ) President
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Novel ABT-263-based combination therapy for SCLC [Medical Sciences]
PNAS - 3/3/2015
Anthony C. Faber a , b , 1 , 2 , 3 , Anna F. Farago a , b , c , 1 , Carlotta Costa a , b , 1 , Anahita Dastur a , b , Maria Gomez-Caraballo a , b , Rebecca Robbins c , Bethany L. Wagner c , William
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Civil rights landmark bridge is named for reputed KKK leader
Miami Herald - 3/3/2015
When the nation's first black president steps onto the Edmund Pettus Bridge this weekend to honor the marchers beaten there 50 years ago, he'll be standing on a structure that's at once synonymous with
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