What Is July 4 to African-Americans? 44955

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What Is July 4 to African-Americans? 44955

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On July 4, 1854, William Lloyd Garrison celebrated Independence Day at a rally in Framingham, Mass., by publicly burning a copy of the U.S. Constitution, a document he characterized as “a covenant with death and an agreement with Hell.” - high-definition photo for free download.

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Kidnapping survivor says captor tried to make her play Russian roulette 47228

Spanish Royals Host Cervantes Awards Lunch 42289

Spanish Royals Host Cervantes Awards Lunch 42289

MOCA Leadership Circle Reception in LA 40003

MOCA Leadership Circle Reception in LA 40003

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Funeral for Boston Marathon Bombing Victim 43176

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Bahnhofsmission Homeless Kitchen Holds Street Fest Fundraiser 35066

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Group behind 9/11 bus ad responds to criticism 46454

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Queen Elizabeth II Wins Big at the Newbury Races 33688

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Pals claim she was hoping to reconcile with Saatchi once she had returned from an upcoming working trip to America. 44987

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Gun Salute Marks the Queen's 87th Birthday 41901

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Krokodil Comes To America: First Cases Of 'Russia's Most Dangerous Drug' Reported In Arizona 46831





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