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10 People You Didn’t Know Were Black #9

Michael Fosberg  joked about it as he handed us his business card. “RACE” was the topic of the jokes. When Fosberg was 32, his parents divorced and found out that the man Fosberg had always known as his father was actually his stepfather, so he set out to find his real father. The biggest surprise was that

 
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The REAL Lesson of Green Eggs and Ham

As usual, Republibaggers like Senator Rafael “Ted” Cruz, just don’t get it. About 20 minutes into his failed 21-hour fake filibuster to attempt to sandbag (“teabag”?) the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare), Mr. Cruz quickly ran out of the usual talking points. So he resorted to rambling on and on about various topics, none of

 
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Today in Hispanic Heritage Month: Gary Soto

Although his prolific career has included essays, plays, and ten books of poetry for adults, Gary Soto is best known as an acclaimed writer of fiction and narrative poems for children. His sympathetic and often humorous juvenile books include Baseball in April and Other Stories (1990) and the novel Taking Sides (1991). Soto, a professor

 
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