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    Charles Price (1997)

    Judge Charles Price, a circuit court judge in Montgomery, Alabama, was honored in 1997 for his devotion to the principles of the American Constitution that compelled him to rule that a fellow circuit court judge's courtroom display of the Ten Commandments for religious purposes was a violation of the First Amendment. In 1995, Etowah County (Alabama...

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    Kica Matos 2005

    When 38-year-old Kica Matos became Executive Director of JUNTA for Progressive Action, she accepted the leadership of the oldest Latino community service organization in New Haven, Connecticut. But prior to her arrival, JUNTA had fallen into disrepair, even as New Haven’s Latino population surged in number and need. In a few short years, Ms. Matos ...

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    Kennedy Library Presents Special Forum Series: Responding to Terrorism (October 15, 2001)
    0/15/2001

    In response to the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the John F. Kennedy Library and Foundation are presenting a series of special programs to foster public discussion and debate concerning the nation’s response to terrorism. The public forums will address such topics as religious tolerance, presidential decision-making, military options, the...

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    JFK Presidential Library Opens the Personal Papers of Warren I. Cikins (May 30, 2012)
    0/30/2012

    Boston, MA – The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum today announced that it has processed and made available for research the personal papers of Warren I. Cikins, who served in the White House from 1962 to 1966 during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. The papers, a collection of approximately 70 cubic feet, document Cikins’ p...

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