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First African-American woman in space to lecture at OSU

Dr. Mae C. Jemison blasted into orbit aboard the space shuttle Endeavour on September 12, 1992. ...

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School closings and its effects

School closings and its effects ...

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Meechie – Polls

Have you ever been polled? ...

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Another child without justice

On November 23, 2012, Dunn, who is white, pulled up next to a red SUV full of black teenagers at a gas station in Jacksonville, Florida. ...

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Help tell our Columbus Food Story

The survey includes questions about where you get your food, what kinds of foods you eat, some basic health questions, and questions about your neighborhood. ...

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LBJ Presidential Library and Museum plans Civil Rights Summit

The LBJ Presidential Library and Museum will reveal details of a Civil Rights Summit to be held in Austin in April to commemorate the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act. ...

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AG favors voting rights for ex-felons

If America is ever to end the revolving door of prison recidivism, it needs to ease the re-entry of former offenders back into society by allowing them to vote, Attorney General Eric Holder believes. ...

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Our Voice – Giving away legacies

In his lifetime, King realized that great accomplishments require great sacrifices, a lesson that appears to be lost on his children. ...

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Our Voice – Tales of education

So far, it has been a bittersweet year for supporters of education in Columbus. ...

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