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1 hr ago | News Sun
Whether it's hosting the community prayer breakfast during Martin Luther King Jr. Week or providing concerts by the New Vision Gospel Choir, church members have been an important part of the Berea community since the church was founded in 1919.
5 hrs ago | Post-gazette.com
A section of the Martin Luther King Jr. East Busway will be closed for construction near East Liberty Station, detouring the P1 East Busway-All Stops bus route starting tonight.
9 hrs ago | PennLive.com
Bringing a new summer program in science, technology, engineering and math to youth in Harrisburg next summer is the goal of the Martin Luther King Jr. Development Institute and the Interdenominational Ministers Conference.
14 hrs ago | Crescent-News.com
Toby Massey, a photographer and photo editor who directed coverage of presidents and political conventions as well as natural disasters, the space program and sporting events during a 38-year career with The Associated Press, died Thursday.
18 hrs ago | The Salinas Californian
Revolution is a quiet process It's time for a revolution of values in America. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/VK68OC Like many fellow citizens, I have watched the developments in Ferguson, Mo., with a sense of deep sorrow and shame.
"Open Carry Texas all the time gets a pass," said organizer Charles Goodson. "We hope that the same applies to us, and there is no contradiction from the Dallas power structure."
We're talking about putting a social worker in school buildings. For the past five years, Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary has had an in-school social worker.
Sprawling Atlanta is known for its love of the automobile, but a new streetcar will make it easier to get around the city's downtown sans car.
NAACP leaders from a half-dozen states pledged Tuesday to bring protests against conservative public policy to each of their state capitols during a week of demonstrations this month.
As the author of the German language "Weed Out Hate" book, I discovered that the solution to solving the problems in Ferguson as well as Gaza, lies the revealing the deepest Abrahamic Biblical roots common to all three religions.
The spelling bee included 103 students, ranging from first to eighth grade. Prizes were awarded to students in all grades.
That black people lack proper leadership is most notable again in Ferguson, Missouri.
Friday evening at about 7:00 p.m., I witnessed CNN's Don Lemon telling protesters "guys lets not do this" in response to a white driver voicing his negative opinion about the crowd.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 09:47 pm
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