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Lanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: Opinion - NOLA.com
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NOLA.comLanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: OpinionNOLA.comBlack people weren't the only ones that segregation aimed to keep in line. White people who saw black people as fully human were subjected to ostracism, physical abuse and even death if they dared to express those beliefs. Some of them expressed those ...
 
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Oregon should follow Washington's lead in honoring early African Americans (Guest opinion) - OregonLive.com
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OregonLive.comOregon should follow Washington's lead in honoring early African Americans (Guest opinion)OregonLive.comTo someone steeped in the sad history of early Oregon's racism, as I have been in my recent writing, it was a relief to visit Centralia, Wash., the other day and witness how that nearly all-white community honors the African American who founded the town.
 
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Lanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: Opinion - NOLA.com
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NOLA.comLanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: OpinionNOLA.comBlack people weren't the only ones that segregation aimed to keep in line. White people who saw black people as fully human were subjected to ostracism, physical abuse and even death if they dared to express those beliefs. Some of them expressed those ...
 
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The Civil Rights Act was a victory against racism. But racists also ... - Washington Post
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Washington PostThe Civil Rights Act was a victory against racism. But racists also ...Washington PostFifty-three years ago, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and forcefully challenged “all” Americans to “close the springs of racial ...and more »
 
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Civil rights groups claim Trump's voter fraud commission is steeped in racism - New York Daily News
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New York Daily NewsCivil rights groups claim Trump's voter fraud commission is steeped in racismNew York Daily NewsTrump launched the commission — called the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity — with a May 11 executive order to investigate unsubstantiated allegations of electoral misconduct. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images). BY Victoria Bekiempis.Presidential Advisory Co
 
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A haven for interracial love amid relentless racism: Columbia turns 50 - Washington Post
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Washington PostA haven for interracial love amid relentless racism: Columbia turns 50Washington PostHe is a retired graphic designer; she is a retired Rouse Company bookkeeper. Madelaine's mother and father, who were active in the civil rights movement, invited hundreds of guests. “Her parents knew a lot of people on both sides of racial lines. It ...
 
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Lanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: Opinion - NOLA.com
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NOLA.comLanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: OpinionNOLA.comBlack people weren't the only ones that segregation aimed to keep in line. White people who saw black people as fully human were subjected to ostracism, physical abuse and even death if they dared to express those beliefs. Some of them expressed those ...
 
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Why are African Americans more likely to develop Alzheimer's? - Medical News Today
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Medical News TodayWhy are African Americans more likely to develop Alzheimer's?Medical News TodayOverall, the study found that Asian Americans have the lowest incidence of Alzheimer's disease, while African Americans have the highest. Specifically, the African American oldest-old had a cumulative incidence of 39 percent, compared with that of ...Stress of poverty, racism raise risk of Alzh
 
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Lanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: Opinion - NOLA.com
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NOLA.comLanny Goldfinch fought for black people's rights -- and paid for it: OpinionNOLA.comBlack people weren't the only ones that segregation aimed to keep in line. White people who saw black people as fully human were subjected to ostracism, physical abuse and even death if they dared to express those beliefs. Some of them expressed those ...
 
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Why are African Americans more likely to develop Alzheimer's? - Medical News Today
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Medical News TodayWhy are African Americans more likely to develop Alzheimer's?Medical News TodayOverall, the study found that Asian Americans have the lowest incidence of Alzheimer's disease, while African Americans have the highest. Specifically, the African American oldest-old had a cumulative incidence of 39 percent, compared with that of ...Stress of poverty, racism raise risk of Alzh
 
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