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Making The Law Respect Gender Identity After Death

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Rick Stone (left) was a gang member from Cabrini-Green who was asked to play himself in Cooley High. AIP/The Kobal Collection hide caption

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40 Years Later, The Cast Of 'Cooley High' Looks Back

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Writer Roxane Gay: Why I Can't Forgive Dylann Roof

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In Charleston, S.C., Racial Lines Redraw A Neighborhood

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A group of dads from Project Fatherhood join author Jorja Leap to celebrate the publication of her book, Project Fatherhood: A Story of Courage and Healing in One of America's Toughest Communities. Todd Cheney/Courtesy of UCLA Photography hide caption

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'Project Fatherhood': In A Struggling Neighborhood, Dads Are Helping Dads

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Dylann Roof, the man who is charged with killing nine people in a mass shooting in Charleston, S.C., is a "millennial." But when that term is used, it's usually describing a very different subset of young people. AP hide caption

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Denmark Vesey And The History Of Charleston's 'Mother Emanuel' Church

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A Geek's Guide To Growing Up In Inglewood In 'Dope'

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