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Martin Luther King Jr. Memphis Memphis Share Theme

By the time Martin Luther King Jr. came to Memphis in the spring of 1968 to demonstrate solidarity with plumbing workers struggling for union recognition, better wages, and safer working conditions, his diagnosis of America's woes had progressed considerably. He had been in Los Angeles in the 1965 period and was experiencing the fear of the poor and marginalized black …

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Fluent but flawed Real Madrid riding Cristiano Ronaldo's Big Moments to Glory

Chris Brunskill Ltd / Getty Images Cristiano Ronaldo and Champions League knockout football: They go together like bacon and eggs, cheese and wine, chips and dip. It's an iconic pairing that brings out the best of both and delivers dazzling performances on the biggest stages and moments that burn into your memory. For football fans, Tuesday simply brought more of …

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Didi Gregorius is a forgotten star of Yankee's exaggerated lineup, MLB Shortstop Elite

Elsa / Getty Images The New York Yankees offensive is stacked up. Major League Baseball is loaded with top shelf shortstops. These are irrefutable truths. They are also facts that work against Didi Gregorius who gets the recognition he deserves. It's time for that to change. In the kitschy, damp Yankees house opener on Tuesday, nothing could inspire Gregorius' thugs. …

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America's heartland will suffer from Trump's trade war

On the banks of the Des Moines River in downtown Des Moines is the Hall of Laureates of the World Food Prize. The idea of ​​Norman Borlaug, the father of the Green Revolution, is the $ 250,000 annual World Food Award, which will be awarded to those who have made outstanding contributions to global food security. The walls of the …

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