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'I've Seen The Promised Land': How A Brush With Death Shaped Martin Luther King's Message
By Michael Walsh, Yahoo News
King had said, before that occasion, that God gave him the courage to continue at a time when he considered stepping down
Walking the Line into the Heart of Virginia
Environmental Racism And The Appalling Silence Of The Good People
Attorney, activist and small business owner
In April 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was arrested as part of the Birmingham Campaign, an effort to bring national attention
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Meet The Trans Political Hopefuls Who Aim To Lead The Battle For Equality
By Letitia Stein, Reuters
With the government backpedaling on their rights, more trans candidates are running for office.
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New Film Company Raises $150 Million To Bring Diverse Stories To Film And TV
Charles D. King's MACRO, the studio behind "Fences," wants to highlight more "multi-faceted" stories.
Nasty Women Get Sh*t Done
Author of Forward Thinking Advantage
"This is the part of America that we want to see more of."
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Rev. Al Sharpton Rallies 1,000 Ministers For Historic Interfaith March On Washington
It is being held on the anniversary of the day Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic "I Have a Dream" speech.
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Bring The Stanley Cup To Tennessee: Catching Up With Billy Ray Cyrus
Trafficbeat Entertainment, Music Biz Vet
Internationally renowned multi-platinum recording artist and acclaimed actor, Billy Ray Cyrus, is marking a milestone this
Virginia Woman's Xenophobic Tirade Against Latino Man Caught On Camera
She called him a "sp*c" and said he should go "back to Mexico."
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Regina King Is Bringing The Tragic Story Of Atlanta's Child Murders To Television
More than two dozen teens and children in the city were killed.
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Why The Strategy To End Discrimination Against Asian Americans in Admissions Is All Wrong
Founder, Ivy Coach
Asian Americans face discrimination in the highly selective college admissions process. Sure, highly selective colleges will
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Elle King Ate Pot Muffins And Was 'High AF' At The Grammy Awards
She celebrated music's big night with buds.
Teen's Passionate Poem Inspires Americans To 'Rise Up' Together
“Let’s rise up. Let’s rise up with those overlooked and undervalued by society."
Astoria Characters: The Man Fully Invested in Finance
Author, 'Astoria Characters'
There's not much to see in Korsa K. Nzidee's office because he's just moved into it.
The Supreme Court Case That Could Gut Obamacare, Explained In 2 Minutes
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a hotly anticipated decision soon in a lawsuit that could do major damage to the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. What's it all about, and who would be affected? Huffington Post health care reporter Jeffrey Young explains.
Doug Locke's Video For 'King' Provides Inspiration For Kids Struggling With Self-Identity
Award-winning brand marketer, educator, and multimedia journal...
For many facing adolescence, the road to developing a true sense of self-identity is paved with an unfavorable amount of pain, pressure, and uncertainty.
Friday Talking Points -- Obama's Gutsy Move
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
When Congress wouldn't pass a bill, the president had to act on immigration and deportation policy, to keep families intact -- a measure that affected 40 percent of the undocumented immigrants in the United States.
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