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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...
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...
Tags: Music, New Britain, Oscar Micheaux, Entertainment, Movies
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...
Tags: Social Issues, Judaism, Politics, Libraries, Human Rights
Are Roman Catholics, evangelical Christians and “ultra-Orthodox” Jews religious extremists comparable to the Ku Klux Klan and Al Qaeda? Yes, according to a PowerPoint slide that was apparently used by the U.S. Army Reserve in a training...
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: Sports, Baseball, Yankee Stadium, World Series, Racism
WASHINGTON -- On this year’s 50th anniversary of a deadly church bombing that helped spur passage of landmark civil rights legislation, the House voted Wednesday to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to four black girls killed in the...
Finally, someone has agreed that it’s not a good thing to have an adult COACH belittle, verbally abuse and denigrate his players by screaming explicatives, throwing balls at their heads and faces, and using homophobic slurs to describe their...
A 19-year-old naturalized American citizen is accused of committing a crime of violence in the United States, and a gaggle of elected officials are urging for him to be treated as an enemy combatant and placed in the hands of the military. Not just the...
The Bill of Rights is full of mischief. Bad guys often beat the rap, religious zealots can run amok, and citizens can deny entry to authorities who are only trying to find out what's being hidden. Worst of all, people are allowed to be self-reliant...
Staff WriterShe was not thinking of writing a play about Anne Frank and Emmett Till. Janet Langhart Cohen was just enjoying her life in Washington D.C.’s social whirl as the wife of former Secretary of Defense and U.S. Senator William S. Cohen. But she did,...
When Los Angeles Opera presented its new production of Richard Wagner's "Siegfried" a few years ago at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, the packed house included the usual assortment of donors and local opera buffs. Nestled somewhere in the orchestra...
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