Foul Play At Euro 2012 From Racist Fans

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Black Legal Giants Struggled With Role, Identity

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Omar Sy plays Driss in the hit French film The Intouchables. The feel-good movie won numerous awards in France, but has met with a mixed reaction in the U.S. Thierry Valletoux/Weinstein Co. hide caption

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In France, A Star Rises From An Oft-Neglected Place

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Art, Race And Murder: Meet Florida's 'Highwaymen'

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Brain Science Behind Youth Life Sentence Ruling

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Architect Paul Williams (in a photo thought to be from the 1940s or '50s) developed the ability to sketch buildings upside down to accommodate white clients who might not want to sit next to him. Courtesy of Karen E. Hudson hide caption

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A Trailblazing Black Architect Who Helped Shape L.A.

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For One Man, She Had To Be Pretty And Asian

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Betwixt And Between: Studying Multiracial Identity

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Comedian Charlie Hill says he's achieved the American dream, but that it's been out of reach for many fellow Native Americans. Courtesy of Charlie Hill hide caption

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Native American Comic Living The 'Indigenous Dream'

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June 20 Junkie segment on TOTN

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Asian-Americans On The Rise

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The Rev. Fred Luter is running unopposed for the presidency of the Southern Baptist Convention. Here, he delivers a sermon during Sunday services at Franklin Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Southern Baptists See Their Future In A Black Pastor

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The Lessons We Learned From Rodney King

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Rodney King On How He Wanted To Be Remembered

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