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Week In Review

GLAAD joins calls for Congresswoman’s resignation

May 8, 2011

The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation has joined the state chapter of the  NAACP, the Oklahoma Democratic Party and the Oklahoma chapter of the Council of American-Islamic Relations in calling for the resignation of Oklahoma State Representative Sally Kern…

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Southern Poverty Law Center marks 40th Anniversary of civil rights

May 8, 2011

More than 2,000 people from all over the U.S. gathered here on Saturday for the 40th anniversary of the Southern Poverty Law Center, Diverse Issues in Higher Education reports.. They celebrated accomplishments of the past and looked to the future of the Center’s ongoing struggle for civil rights.

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Devastation at Shaw University

May 2, 2011

Visualize being miles away from your home and family and knowing that you will be surviving for the next couple of weeks with little or no money in your pockets and feeling imprisoned indoors due to a very rainy day.

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Foes of education cuts rally in central Pa.

May 2, 2011

Opponents of education cuts proposed to help balance the state budget focused Tuesday on central Pennsylvania in trying to persuade lawmakers to restore funding for K-12 schools and public universities.

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Head of OC GOP says email sender should resign

April 23, 2011

The head of Orange County’s Republican Party is vowing to keep up the pressure on a local GOP official to resign for sending an offensive email about President Obama. Marilyn Davenport spoke publicly for the first time Wednesday and said she considered the email depicting Obama as a chimpanzee political satire — not racism.

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2012 in sight, Obama looks back to Chicago again

April 18, 2011

President Barack Obama’s relationship with his hometown may be best described as a long-distance love affair. He lavishes attention on it from afar and proud Chicago pines for its hometown hero, though the two rarely see each other.

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Bonds guilty of obstruction of justice

April 18, 2011

Barry Bonds stepped outside the Phillip Burton Federal Building for the first time as a convicted felon, and a school bus went by. The home-run king flashed a victory sign with two fingers.

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