Feature Stories: Articles on Racial Profiling, Immigration Today

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September 17th, 2013
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Naomi Campbell
More people are calling for racial and ethnic diversity in the models that show off the latest styles. In response to this, a new campaign called Balance Diversity is looking to bring more black models to fashion runways all over the world. Supermodel Iman watched the runways like a hawk this Fashion Week – but she wasn't looking at the clothes. Iman joined with Naomi Campbell and veteran...
September 13th, 2013
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five mayors discussing racism
Mayors of major American cities have come together to develop and implement a plan that is designed to end racism and discrimination. A national group of mayors, meeting in the church where a Ku Klux Klan bomb killed four black girls 50 years ago, on Thursday proposed a 10-point plan to end racism and discrimination in America. The blueprint by the U.S. Conference of Mayors includes speaking out...
September 12th, 2013
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Sikh protesters calling for more attention to hate crimes
A Wisconsin civil rights committee heard testimony Thursday from experts and law enforcement officials about preventing hate crimes like the 2012 Sikh temple shooting. The Wisconsin State Advisory Committee, a state board that reports to the federal Commission on Civil Rights, will gather comments and testimony in Madison for a report to be presented to the White House and Congress sometime next...
September 10th, 2013
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gold medal depicting the four girls killed
House and Senate leaders will honor four girls killed in an Alabama church bombing almost 50 years ago -- a crime that became a watershed moment in the civil rigthts movement. The Congressional Gold Medal went to Addie Mae Collins, Carole Robertson and Cynthia Wesley, who were all 14, and Denise McNair, who was 11. The ceremony came five days before the 50th anniversary of their deaths inside the...
September 5th, 2013
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Redskins logo with hand to face showing shame
The Washington Redskins football team will be the target of a pre-game radio campaign by an American Indian tribe from upstate New York. On Thursday, the tribe said the add campaign will press the team to change it's eighty-year old nickname, which many consider racist and a historical anachronism. The Oneida Indian Nation said the first ad will run on radio stations in Washington before the...

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