The Saga Of The Civil Rights Act, An Idea Whose Time Came 50 Years Ago
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Reconnecting With Your Roots And The Cost Of Keeping Them Hidden
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Sheriff L.O. Davis reads a set of local laws to Mrs. Malcolm Peabody, Dr. Robert Hayling and Mrs. John M. Burgess. The protesters remained seated as they attempted to integrate the dining room at a table in the Ponce De Leon Motor Lodge. Corbis hide caption

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Why A Proper Lady Found Herself Behind Bars
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Asian-American Rabbi Changes The Face Of Judaism
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Isaias Hernandez (left) counsels Paul Garcia on his finances at the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation in Montebello, Calif. Courtesy of the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation hide caption

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Latinos Live Longer But Struggle To Save Enough For Retirement
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For Actor Michael Peña, A Transformative Role As Cesar Chavez
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In 1961, South African playwright Athol Fugard put black and white actors on stage together in his breakout play Blood Knot. He's pictured above in the 1970s. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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At 81, Playwright Athol Fugard Looks Back On Aging And Apartheid
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Polygamy May Seem Like A Man's Dream, But Kenyan Women Are Not Happy
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Walter Mosley: To End Race, We Have To Recognize 'White' Doesn't Exist
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Despite Financial Challenges, HBCUs Fight To Remain A Bargain
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Debate: Does Affirmative Action On Campus Do More Harm Than Good?
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