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Clap Your Hands The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band

Former president Nelson Mandela, second from left center, and his extended family members celebrate his 93rd birthday in Qunu, South Africa, Monday July 18, 2011. Peter Morey/AP hide caption

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Nelson Mandela's Aim: Inspire Mirth With Words

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In April, Gustavo Torres and others cheer as Maryland state delegates exit the floor after passing SB 167, which extends the opportunity for affordable college to the children of undocumented citizens. Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post hide caption

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Colombian Native Empowers The Undocumented In US

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La Goutte d'Or St. Germain
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Firecracker [Merengue] Señor Coconut
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An anti-abortion billboard with President Barack Obama's image is shown by a vacant lot in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago's South Side Saturday, April 23, 2011. The billboard is from a Texas anti-abortion group, not the Radiance Foundation, whose co-founder appeared in this interview with NPR. Barbara Rogriguez/AP hide caption

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Debate Boils Over African-American Abortions

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Does the American justice system examine and punish street crimes and corporate crimes equally? istockphoto.com hide caption

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Street Crime Vs. Corporate Crime: Equally Judged?

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All Cats Are Grey The Cure
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