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“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...
As we recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act, it is significant to note that the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan regions are among the most segregated in America. Last month, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil...
A UC Irvine fraternity has volunteered to suspend itself after it was blasted for a member-produced video that featured a student in blackface. Lambda Theta Delta announced Wednesday that it would cancel all major events and stop operating as a UCI-...
The April 24 headline says it all: "Embrace of Islam preceded suspect's radicalization." The inference is clear: Embracing Islam is the root cause that leads to the effect — terrorism. There are a billion people who are Muslims and don't become...
Tags: Religious Conflicts, Emmaus
WDBJ7 ReporterMartinsville City Council will display a quilt that's been the center of a heated racial debate. Tuesday night's meeting was the city's first full council meeting since this whole thing started. More than a dozen people spoke either for or against...
WDBJ7 ReporterA half-century ago, one moment, and one group's decision to disobey the law, forever changed the history of Danville and the south. It's called Bloody Monday because of the violence that happened that day in the fight for civil rights. The law said...
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis has agreed to pay $150,000 to the mother of a biracial teenager who was beaten by police in 2010, sparking racial tensions and a federal lawsuit. City attorney Samantha Karn told The Indianapolis Star (http://indy....
Tags: Police Arrests, FBI
This post has been corrected, as indicated below.More than 40 readers sent letters to the editor in response to George Bisharat's April 28 Op-Ed article on a bill to include Israel in the U.S. visa waiver program. Bisharat, an American law professor and a pro-Palestinian activist who has traveled...
Wet Seal will pay $7.5 million to settle a racial discrimination lawsuit that accused the teen retailer of firing black employees to present a blond-and-blue-eyed front in its stores, according to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. The...
Ald. Maldonato plays 'do you know who I am?' and 'don't you have anything better to do?' cards on cops. Umbrage ensuesChange of SubjectIn the Sun-Times, Fran Speilman reports that Ald. Roberto Maldonado (26th) was pulled over by Chicago Police May 1 for pulling out and passing on the right a car that was waiting to turn left at the intersection of North......
A Roland Park resident has created a "passport" to Druid Hill Park. Janet Felsten, founder and director of the nonprofit group Baltimore Green Map, introduced the green-colored passport April 19 at a Baltimore Green Week kickoff party in the...
President Barack Obama's renewed request to close the prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, confirms what the detainees have already shown with their hunger strike: Permanent detention at the U.S. naval station isn't viable as a matter of practicality or...
Tags: Politics, Crime, Law and Justice, Al-Qaeda, Barack Obama, Libya
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