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Feather Rae Colombe (from left) appeared in the Lakota student video More Than That. Kim Bos is a video technology teacher who helped produce the video. Student John Whirlwind Soldier directed the video. Jim Kent hide caption

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Through Video, Lakota Students Reject Stereotypes

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Han Lee (Matthew Moy), owner of the Brooklyn diner where Max (Kat Dennings, left) and Caroline (Beth Behrs, right) work, joins the two women as they count their earnings on 2 Broke Girls. Cliff Lipson/CBS hide caption

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For Asians And Latinos, Stereotypes Persist In Sitcoms

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Not long after it was unveiled in 2011, controversy erupted over the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Critics argued that one of King's quotes had been paraphrased in a way that altered its meaning. In January, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced the mistake would be fixed. Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Quote On MLK Memorial To Be Fixed, But How?

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African-American Museum Has Its Groundbreaking

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The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture is expected to open in Washington, D.C., in 2015. Freelon Adjaye Bond/SmithGroup/Courtesy Nationa African Museum of African American History And Culture hide caption

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