Apr 3

                
  • Hip-hoppers hope to GOTV

    Hip-hoppers hope to GOTV

    April 2, 2004

    CHICAGO – On a rainy Thursday night, March 25, over 200 young Black adults came together in Chicago’s newest community center named in honor of the late Harold Washington. It was located in the heart of...

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  • Hy Cohen, activist, 93

    Hy Cohen, activist, 93

    April 2, 2004

    Hyman R. Cohen, a leading activist in the Palm Beach County, Fla., area, died of cancer on Jan. 17. He was 93. Hy Cohen joined the Communist Party while in college. He became involved in the...

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  • Romero remembered

    Romero remembered

    April 2, 2004

    DALLAS – The weather turned unseasonably cool March 21, but 60 people turned out for a candlelight vigil in front of the Guadalupe Cathedral to commemorate April 24, 1980, the day that Archbishop Oscar Romero was...

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  • Six Indian films touring U.S.

    Six Indian films touring U.S.

    April 2, 2004

    The Indian film industry is famous throughout the world for its lavish musical spectacles and epic love stories, and the splendor and energy of the famous “Bollywood” style have inspired everything from movies like Baz Luhrmann’s...

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  • April 6  Rock the Vote

    April 6 Rock the Vote

    April 2, 2004

    Once March Madness is over and the National Champion college team has been crowned, it’s back to the old routine. You’re going to be looking for something to do ... so why don’t you “Meetup!” On...

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