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  • Discussion on Race Coverage in America
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    Race Coverage in America

    Panelists talked about media coverage of race issues following grand jury decisions not to indict officers in police shootings in Ferguson, Missouri, and Staten Island, New York. They also…

  • Forum Celebrates Women in the Civil Rights Movement
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    Women in the Civil Rights Movement

    Women civil rights leaders honored attorney Barbara Arnwine for her achievements in racial justice and civil rights. Then they discussed the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and current issues,…

  • Women in the Civil Rights Movement Introductory Remarks
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    Women in the Civil Rights Movement, Introductory Remarks

    Hazel Trice Edney made introductory remarks and Nicole Johnson said an invocation before a luncheon honoring black women civil rights leaders. Trice Edney Communications held its third annual luncheon and…

  • PostElection Analysis
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    Post-Election Analysis

    Panelists analyzed the 2008 presidential election results, focusing on issues of concern to the African American community. Among the topics they addressed were race relations and whether Barack…

  • Campaign 2008 and Race
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    Campaign 2008 and Race

    Hazel Edney talked about race as an issue in the 2008 presidential campaign. A video clip was shown of Ms. Edney asking Senator Hillary Clinton a question at a National Newspaper Publishers Association forum…

  • Black Voter Turnout
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    Black Voter Turnout

    A rally was held to begin an eight-state mass mobilization effort to get out the vote in the black community. Hazel Edney moderated. Youth leader Michaelyn Oby performed songs. This event was held at the Masonic…

  • Minorities and the War with Iraq
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    Minorities and the War with Iraq

    The panelists talked about the views of minorities on the war with Iraq, including possible reasons why support for the war among African-Americans was lower than among white Americans and…