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    1. On the 60th anniversary of Rosa Parks' arrest in Montgomery, Alabama, President Obama praised her protest of segregated buses Tuesday for leading to the end of Jim Crow laws. "Rosa Parks reminds us that there is always something we can do," Mr. Obama said in a statement. "It is always ...

    2. The frontrunner's firewall against Sanders is in the South—and her speech on the Rosa Parks anniversary can't hurt.

    3. The frontrunner's firewall against Sanders is in the South—and her speech on the Rosa Parks anniversary can't hurt.

    4. Washington (CNN) -- President Barack Obama used the n-word during an interview released Monday to make a point that there's still plenty of room for America to combat racism.

    5. Obama brings Native youth into spotlight

      Alaska Public Radio NetworkNov 06 04:37 PM

      Politicians and captains of industry would give a small fortune for this invitation, but a 16-year-old Anchorage girl had an hour-long discussion yesterday with the President of the United States. The opportunity came as President Obama addressed the White House Tribal Nations Conference, an annual event that started with his administration. Download Audio

    6. The bright proud colorful flags of Indian Tribes were evident among the buoyant spirits and ebullient smiles of those members of Tribal Nations that assembled at the Ronald Reagan International Trade Center for the 7th Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference. The Conference centered on the president and members of his cabinet that discussed issues of importance to tribal leaders, with an ...

    7. Quote:- "The saviours, it looks like, will still have to come from the Muslim world" You mean from the frying pan into the fire?

    8. President Barack Obama surprised an auditorium filled with tribal leaders, government department officials, reporters and Native youth on Thursday when arrived e ...

    9. Clinton's speech falls on the anniversary of Rosa Parks' Dec. 1, 1955 arrest for refusing to give her bus seat to a white passenger. Her arrest sparked the 381-day boycott of Montgomery buses by blacks to protest segregated seating. ------

    10. (Reuters) More than a dozen state governors, including Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, refused on Monday to accept Syrian refugees after the Paris terrorist attacks, part of a mounting Republican backlash against the Obama administration’s plan to accept thousands more immigrants from the war-torn country.

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