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News Headlines: Sept. 19, 2007

CBS News: Protest Set For Racial Beating Case — "'We have told everyone over and over, if you don't support nonviolence, don't come,' said the Rev. Al Sharpton, who helped organize the march that is expected to draw as many as 60,000 people. Sharpton will also be joined by the Rev. Jesse Jackson and Martin Luther King III."

Plus: Timeline of Jena 6 Case

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