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Here's the apology that made things even worse.
“Too racist for 1986, just racist enough for 2017.”
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Ahmed Mohamed will not be charged with possessing a hoax bomb because there's no evidence that the boy meant to cause alarm at his school in Irving, police Chief Larry Boyd said at a news conference.
The death of Henry Glover, who was shot by a police officer in the chaos following Hurricane Katrina was newly classified as a homicide Wednesday by the New Orleans coroner.
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Opening statements are set to begin in the retrial of former New Orleans policeman David Warren who shot and killed Henry Glover four days after Hurricane Katrina.
The charges have been dropped against three high school basketball players who were arrested while waiting for a bus to travel to a game in Rochester, but many remain angered.
The Brown V. Board of Education National Historic site will display a Black doll used in a series of race studies to mark the 59th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that ended segregation in public schools.