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Civil Rights Leader’s Daughter Speaks At Jackson Center

October 18, 2013

In 1942, Fred Korematsu said “no,” and took a stand against the federal governmen....

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50s4ever

Oct-19-13 5:19 PM

Too bad you aren't black monkey, you could have used sanctioned racism to get educated instead of being so clueless. Maybe a degree in black studies or something else without merit. Or Chicano studies even. Get your Che T shirt out.

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Monkeyboy

Oct-19-13 1:07 PM

Thank goodness for Affirmative Action because there are still some dinosaurs around who don't think all humans are worthy of respect and equal opportunity.

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Oelwyn

Oct-18-13 10:23 AM

KUDOS to the 'R.H.Jackson Center'-An anomaly to Jamestown NY.I stand to say the greatest civil rights violation today is LOBBYISTs Influence on Elected Officials.As always.

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50s4ever

Oct-18-13 9:17 AM

Stand up for what's right, even if you're the only one standing. And I stand to say the civil rights violation in America today is affirmative action.

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