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Police Departments May Team Up in Harvey Weinstein Investigations — BCNN1 WP

Detectives in several cities investigating Harvey Weinstein for sex crimes are likely to be collaborating as they build evidence and assess whether the film producer can be arrested and charged, experts believe. via Police Departments May Team Up in Harvey Weinstein … Continue reading

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Parents Allege Children Were Abused, Drugged and Molested at Chinese Kindergarten — BCNN1 WP

A scandal of alleged child abuse at a Chinese kindergarten has rocked the country, prompting public outrage, parental soul-searching, government pledges and online censorship. via Parents Allege Children Were Abused, Drugged and Molested at Chinese Kindergarten — BCNN1 WP

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Maryland HBCUs Win Investment Inequality Dispute With State — Black America Web

A federal court told Maryland to correct its public higher education investment disparity between four historically Black colleges and universities and other state institutions, the Washington Post reported. Kristen Clarke, the president and executive director of the Lawyers’ Committee for … Continue reading

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Freedmen’s Town Preservation Coalition: Removing historical bricks to repair piping and roads in Houston

Freedman’s Town Historic Preservation Coalition Preserve Historic Freedmen’s Town (GoFundMe) Freedmen’s Town: Removing historical bricks to repair piping and roads Victory in fight to save historic bricks in Freedmen’s Town Judge removes city from lawsuit over Freedmen’s Town bricks Order … Continue reading

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How the Civil Rights Movement continues to resonate in America

April 8, 2014 By American-Statesman staff The final panel Wednesday at the Civil Rights Summit was comprised of three heroes of the movement: Former NAACP Chairman Julian Bond, U.S. Rep. John Lewis from Georgia and Andrew Young, former congressman and … Continue reading

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