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Looking at the pictures of the President Elect’s daughters being escorted to school by secret servicemen, I was reminded of other young black girls who had to be escorted to school by government agents. For years young boys and girls had to struggle with harassment segregation and racism so today Sasha and Malia could go […]
From Brian Stelter at The New York Times: With less than two weeks to go until a historic presidential <a title="Recent and archival news about presidential inaugurations." href="http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/subjects/p/presidents_and_presidency_us/inaugurations/index.html?inline=nyt-classifier">inauguration</a>, the nation’s television networks are finalizing ambitious coverage plans, but the camera platforms will be more crowded than usual.
<p>From ThinkProgress:</p> <p>Today, the candidates <a href="http://thehill.com/leading-the-news/four-to-qualify-for-rnc-ballot-amid-busy-week-2009-01-04.html">debated the future of the Party</a> at the National Press Club and all agreed that the GOP needs to bring in more minorities. Michael Steele said Saltsman's comments were distracting from this goal.</p>
The prominent conservative pundit flails about to find another way of blaming current social woes on anti-discrimination law.
An attorney hired by the family of a man slain by a transit agency police officer early New Year’s Day says the victim was shot in the back while lying on his stomach waiting to be handcuffed. Attorney John Burris says 22-year-old Oscar Grant posed no threat to Bay Area Rapid Transit officers when Grant […]
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