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21 Jan

Honoring Fred T. Korematsu and his legacy as a civil rights hero

On January 30, 2019, which will be his 100th birthday, we will honor Fred T. Korematsu and his legacy as a civil rights hero for all Americans. About Fred T. Korematsu Fred Korematsu, seated center, at a 1983 press conference announcing the re-opening of his civil rights case. Photo Courtesy of the family of Fred T. […]

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29 Jun

Black teen misses bus, gets shot at after asking for directions in Rochester Hills

Black teen misses bus, gets shot at after asking for directions in Rochester Hills 14-year-old misses the bus, has gun pulled on him asking for directions RAW: Mom of teen shot at after knocking on door speaks . The walk to school turned terrifying for a Rochester teen who says he was shot at him […]

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29 May

Veterans Group Blasts Trump’s Memorial Day Remark As ‘Most Inappropriate’ Ever

Veterans Group Blasts Trump’s Memorial Day Remark As ‘Most Inappropriate’ Ever VoteVets calls it “appalling” to offer happy greetings and self-promotion on a day meant to honor the fallen. By Mary Papenfuss Every time Trump the Dump tweets he adds to his dismal being. He surpasses all expectations. He is beyond any feelings, remorse or […]

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26 Apr

Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault After Years of Accusations

Bill Cosby Found Guilty of Sexual Assault After Years of Accusations By GRAHAM BOWLEY and JON HURDLE APRIL 26, 2018 The McGlynn: GREAT!!!!!!! Bill Cosby on Thursday for his sexual assault trial in Norristown, Pa. CreditMark Makela/Getty Images NORRISTOWN, Pa. — A jury found Bill Cosby guilty Thursday of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home near here 14 […]

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