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Martin Luther King Jr. and Chicago history

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Martin Luther King Jr. and Chicago history

Martin Luther King Jr. and Chicago history By Ray Hanania Friday Jan. 24, 2014 Southwest News-Herald Newspaper Monday, Jan. 20 was another national holiday marked by major retail sales, and also commemorated by some as marking the birthday of the Rev. Martin Luther King. Jr. Many governments were closed that day, and there were many public events celebrating King’s…

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Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement

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Hatikva protests may lead to civil rights movement By Ray Hanania — Saudi Gazette Newspaper The decision by a group of Israeli Palestinian graduates at Hebrew University not to sing Hatikva, the Israeli national anthem, could be the beginning of an Israeli civil rights movement. To Israel’s growing far right movement, not respecting Hatikva is…

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