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The Sisters of Civil Rights Get Their Due

Many have never heard the names of all the Civil Rights Movement's heroes. History remembers the “Big Six”—Martin Luther King, Jr., John Lewis, James Farmer, A...

Milestones

DIED Dick Kazmaier, 82, the Princeton halfback who won the Heisman Trophy in 1951--the last time an Ivy League player has done so--but chose a lucrative business...

Romney Plays The Race Card

Mitt Romney went to the NAACP’s National Convention planning to get booed. It was no mistake. House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi told Bloomberg TV she believes...

How Minority Millennials Are Driving Politics

Last Sunday, I was one of the estimated 40,000 people who attended a “silent march” in New York City organized by the NAACP to protest the New York Police...

Morning Must Reads: Shape

How Mormonism shaped Romney. How 1968 shaped Romney. How Obama narrowed the U.S. mission in Afghanistan. Cory Booker calls Bain-bashing “nauseating,” ruining the...

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