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Hortense McClinton graduated from Howard University in Washington, D.C., in the 1930s and became the first black professor at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Courtesy of Howard University hide caption

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A First Black Professor Remembers Her Segregated Education

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Marie Collins (left) and Vatican spokesman father Federico Lombardi leave at the end of a press conference at the Vatican on May 3, 2014. Collins, a clergy abuse survivor, was chosen as a member of Pope Francis' abuse advisory board. Riccardo De Luca/AP hide caption

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A Voice For Abuse Survivors Within The Catholic Church

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Associated Press reporter Michael Graczyk stands outside Huntsville penitentiary before the execution of confessed killer Elroy Chester. Pat Sullivan/AP hide caption

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A Window To Executions: How To Cover Death For A Living

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Amelia Nelson (right) and her friend Kristy were volunteers at the 2013 Boston Marathon when the bombings happened. Courtesy of Amelia Nelson hide caption

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A Witness To The Bombing, A Nurse Returns To Boston As A Runner

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Rwanda is commemorating the 20-year anniversary of the genocide. Since that time, more women have entered politics to help with the recovery. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Since Genocide, Rwanda's Women Have Helped Lead The Recovery

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