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A week after Eddie "Piolín" Sotelo's show was canceled, allegations of sexual harassment have surfaced. Valerie Macon/Getty Images hide caption

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Spanish-Language Radio Star Yanked Off The Air

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A line waits outside the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Los Angeles. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Consumer Groups On The Lookout For Immigration Scams

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Beyonce (left) and Jay Z arrive at a "Justice for Trayvon" rally in New York earlier this month. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Dunbar High School has a notable list of graduates, including the first black presidential Cabinet member, the first black general in the Army and several of the lawyers who argued the Brown v. Board of Education decision. Courtesy of Chicago Review Press hide caption

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In Nation's First Black Public High School, A Blueprint For Reform

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This 1973 photo of five children playing in a Detroit suburb has gone viral on the Internet. The children were Rhonda Shelly, 3 (from left), Kathy Macool, 7, Lisa Shelly, 5, Chris Macool, 9, and Robert Shelly, 6. Joe Crachiola/Courtesy of The Macomb Daily hide caption

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Marchers aligned with the Justice for Trayvon Martin movement called for a federal civil rights action to be filed against George Zimmerman in Phoenix on Monday. Zimmerman was found not guilty in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Matt York/AP hide caption

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'Justice For Trayvon' Movement Struggles To Find Focus

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Willie Reed (right) testified against the men accused of murdering 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955. He changed his last name to Louis after fleeing to Chicago and hardly spoke of the trial. Charles Knoblock/AP hide caption

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Key Witness Against Emmett Till's Killers Led A Quiet Life

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Los Angeles police officers take a break during a basketball game with residents of the Nickerson Gardens housing project in July 2011. Violent crime at Nickerson Gardens and two nearby housing projects has fallen by almost half since 2010. Thomas Watkins/AP hide caption

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After Years Of Violence, L.A.'s Watts Sees Crime Subside

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When Gene Krupa's orchestra was cast in 1941's Ball of Fire, trumpeter Roy Eldridge's presence was not negotiable. Express/Getty Images hide caption

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How Musicians Helped Integrate The Silver Screen

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Twelve-year-old Santos Rodriguez was shot and killed by a police officer in Dallas on July 24, 1973. Courtesy of the Dallas Mexican American Historical League hide caption

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How The Death Of A 12-Year-Old Changed The City Of Dallas

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Univision newscaster Jorge Ramos anchors Noticiero Univision, the top-ranked newscast on Spanish-language TV. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Jorge Ramos On Latinos And The Future Of U.S. Politics

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The Tucson Unified School District (TUSD) is resurrecting its Mexican-American studies program. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Tucson Revives Mexican-American Studies Program

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The next time you are in an office cafeteria, notice who sits next to whom at lunch. Jose Pelaez/Corbis hide caption

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Being In The Minority Can Cost You And Your Company

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