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1 Candace Owens: Democrat Party 'burning down America' for Black vote
2 Call and Response: Social Justice Books 2020-2021
3 Flying High coming up May 19 to benefit Customs House Museum
4 Popular Event at Texas Women's Fdn Raises Nearly 1 Million
5 (Liveblog) Empowering Gender Equality with ERA Coalition
6 Changes announced to the 78th annual Water Carnival
7 Remnant Schools: Faculty Are Repurposing the Legacy of Jim Crow Across Louisiana
8 Joe Biden forced to make his fundraisers fully virtual – bar the price tag
9 Get in on The Power of Us: Women Moving Millions 2020 Summit
10 Toppling statues is a first step toward ending Confederate myths
11 Clear and Precious: RBG's Legacy Lives On in Feminist Giving
12 LETTERS: Steve House is the bipartisan leader we need to replace Crow
13 Gov. Hutchinson says fall sports may continue, creates sports advisory group
14 Lindsey Graham says Black people can 'go anywhere' in South Carolina if conservative
15 Seven candidates vie for three Lakeville Area School Board seats
16 Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 9
17 Bob Erickson withdraws Lakeville Area School Board candidacy
18 "OK" for fall sports | News |
19 Colorado Democrats gear up for election at virtual fundraising dinner (PHOTOS)
20 COVID-19 roundup: 6 percent of students at one college have disease; (some) data from Arizona State
21 Voters could remove Jim Crow law that hurts African American-backed candidates
22 Live Updates: Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education
23 Event exceptions, school foggers, virtual state fair: News from around our 50 states
24 Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 2
25 Playing it safe
26 A black college president gives his perspective on the events of recent weeks in Minnesota, Central Park and elsewhere (opinion)
27 Gates Foundation Appoints First Gender Equality President
28 Larger than life
29 Lakeville City Council, School Board races have crowded fields
30 Trump, Biden don’t support defunding police
31 NoVo Accounted for 17% of US Funding for Women's Rights ~
32 Berkeley Talks transcript: How plantation museum tours distort the reality of slavery
33 Rally for freedom to support Black Lives set for July 3 in Edmonds
34 COVID-19 roundup: classes delayed and students sent home as administrators crack down on parties
35 Money flows into quiet races for Council
36 Summer Reading: Over 40 Books on Race, Racism, and the Black American Experience to Read Now, as Recommended by Rutgers-Newark Faculty
37 Protests for racial justice: Faculty share insights on responses to the killing of George Floyd
38 7 run in Columbia Heights City Council primary | 2020 Election Abc Newspapers
39 COVID-19 Updates: The Virus' Effect On The Industry
40 The Call of the Moment: Marjorie Schwarzer on the New Edition of Riches, Rivals, and Radicals
41 More CSKT coronavirus cases prompt concern and youth outreach
42 Movies on TV this week: Sunday, May 24, 2020
43 Hollywood's Top Business Managers of 2020
44 The Energy 202: Top Democrats try to show unity on climate change ahead of election
45 ELECTION 2020 | This could be the year of 'peak Democrat' in Colorado. Why is that?
46 Lumbee Tribe Emerges As Pivotal Swing Vote In North Carolina
47 6.4 October/November 2016
48 Movies on TV this week: 'Stand by Me' on Showtime and more
49 Northeastern to hold a day of reflection, engagement, and action in response to persistent injustice toward Black people
50 ‘There’s a blind spot’: Sanders reboots black voter outreach
51 Bethesda Eatery Mistakenly Cited, Concerns Over Reports Raised
52 $700M industrial sale includes nearly 1M-SF in North Texas
53 Native American tribes set up checkpoints to block attendees of motorcycle festival in South Dakota
54 Feminist Giving Trends: 12 of the Most Promising Happenings
55 Common calendar, Packet papers, Sept. 18
56 Unpublished White House report recommends stricter coronavirus measures in hard-hit states
57 Silent No More: The new Lucy Burns Museum speaks to the centennial of suffrage
58 Movies on TV this week: Sunday, July 12, 2020
59 Browns Backers
60 Common calendar, Packet papers, Oct. 16
61 Short Redhead Reel Reviews for the week of Oct. 9
62 SRVUSD Board of Education candidates debate ahead of Nov. 3 election
63 Arizona election updates: Sen. McSally wins primary, Maricopa County sheriff’s race tight
64 Eight running for two Lakeville City Council seats
65 Valley Farmers Market holds Free Tomato Day
66 Civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer and opera singer Leontyne Price among inspiring women on Mississippi list
67 Talented Ted was tops
68 2020 Michigan election: results, voting, polls, Joe Biden, Donald Trump
69 #EmbraceAmbition Convenes to Challenge Gender Norms
70 Gov. Northam announces Richmond's Robert E. Lee statue will be removed 'as soon as possible'
71 Marie T. Kirksey
72 Rep. John Lewis Remembered for Legacy of 'Good Trouble'
73 City teen shows thanks to nurses
74 Equal Rights Amendment Can't Wait in Time of COVID
75 Here are the top 5 things to do in Austin this weekend
76 ‘Nice White Parents’ Discussion Guide
77 179 million Americans are at risk of having their utilities shutoff
78 Omar Khan discusses his transition to leading the Carnegie Mellon University School of Architecture
79 Updates from Diversity Forum 2020 | Pittwire | University of Pittsburgh
80 The Daily 202: More churches rebel against state orders, as Trump reverses course on releasing reopening guidelines
81 $1 Million Homes for Sale in California
82 A day for reflection, engagement, and action
83 A River Runs Through Us: Boston vs. Cambridge
84 St. Louis Park students in grades 6-12 will remain in distance learning
85 Dobson native finds his path in California
86 2 seek to replace Ramsey mayor | 2020 Election Abc Newspapers
87 Faculty share insights on responses to the killing of George Floyd
88 Spring 2021 Children's Sneak Previews
89 Colleges seek protection from lawsuits if they reopen
90 Movies on TV this week: Sunday, May 10, 2020
91 Trump ends all travel from Europe to the U.S.; NBA suspends season; Penn, Temple moving all classes online for
92 Resources on Equity and Anti-Racism
93 Impact of COVID-19: Canceled festivals means big losses for nonprofits
94 Studio One Twelve: After the Opening
95 After senator’s remark about ‘colored’ people and hand washing, Ohio Black Legislative Caucus again calls for
96 Feb 24 Visit the 'Front Porch' and enter the storytelling experience
97 Essential Texas Beaches
98 Emma Watson Among New Kering Foundation Board Members
99 ‘It’s too early to go back’: Workers fear for their health and finances as states rush to reopen
100 Five ways college educators can have more effective conversations about race (opinion)