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Liberals condemn open-borders resisters while insulated from the risks and dangers
Topic - Marc Morial
Just before the March on Washington in 1963, President John F. Kennedy summoned six top civil rights leaders to the White House to talk about his fears that civil rights legislation he was moving through Congress might be undermined if the march turned violent.
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The vice president of the City Council, once thought to be a likely candidate for mayor in 2010, pleaded guilty yesterday to taking $15,000 in bribes from a prominent businessman and resigned from the council.
They sat at her kitchen table for hours, Morial said, as Angelou told stories and talked about life, art, culture and humankind.
"With equal parts majesty and humility, she held court - and I listened intently, absorbing every word and meaning that she had to impart," Morial said.