Digging Deeper On African American Leaders

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Black Reverend: Guns Are Important To My Church

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Artist Behind Rosa Parks Statue: She Was 'Superwoman Dressed In Clark Kent's Clothes'

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Do We Still Need A Women's Movement?

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Davy Crockett represented Tennessee for three terms in Congress before moving to Texas and fighting in the Battle of the Alamo. AP hide caption

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'Born On A Mountaintop' Or Not, Davy Crockett's Legend Lives On

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An undated photo from the exhibit shows Southern Christian Leadership Conference officials leading demonstrators in a march "against fear and injustice" in Decatur, Ga. SCLC records, MARBL, Emory University hide caption

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Civil Rights Exhibit Highlights Successes, Work Left To Be Done

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Who Should We Honor On Presidents' Day?

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The Benefits Of Letting Bygones Be Bygones

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Who Gets Religious Exemptions And Why

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A young demonstrator is attacked by a police dog in Birmingham, Ala., in May 1963. Scenes like these helped usher in the nation's landmark civil rights law, the 1965 Voting Rights Act. The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday over a key provision of the law. Bill Hudson/AP hide caption

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Alabama Divided As Court Prepares To Hear Voting Rights Challenge

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WBT radio's bomb shelter in Charlotte, N.C., part of a government-funded emergency communications network, as it looked in 1963. Courtesy of Jerry Dowd hide caption

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Cold War Bunker Network Repurposed For 21st Century Threats

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Stargazy Pie, a cornish dish named for the way the fish heads poke through the crust towards the sky. Courtesy of Sandy Levins hide caption

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Reading The Love Letters Of Lyndon B. Johnson

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Marcel Duchamp's Cubist-inspired Nude Descending a Staircase was famously described by one critic as "an explosion in a shingle factory." Philadelphia Museum of Art/Copyright succession Marcel Duchamp / ADAGP, Paris / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York 2013 hide caption

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'Armory Show' That Shocked America In 1913, Celebrates 100

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