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Mary C. Curtis is an award-winning multimedia journalist in Charlotte, N.C. She has worked at The New York Times, Charlotte Observer and as national correspondent for Politics Daily.
Along with all its other problems, the studio managed to insult fans who buy a big chunk of movie tickets.
It’s not Ferguson or New York; an officer has been charged. But the relationship between police and communities of color is still strained.
Views like hers historically excused the abuse and disregard of human beings judged not worthy of consideration by people who also prayed.
The worst moment of her life is the stuff of public record, but she says she doesn’t want to be a “victim.“
The shelf life for innocence is short when you are a black male — and there is no room for error. You may not get a second chance.
He brags to the faithful about his still-standing marriage; she smiles as she sits beside her husband in uncomfortable interviews.
And why that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Women voters let it be known that they hardly walk in gender lockstep on issues of education, the economy and abortion and choice.
Because of practical politics, especially in the South, probably not, though some of the president’s supporters may wince as they mark their ballots.
Chelsea Clinton wasn’t that bad.