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Discussion Starter: Students Protest Racial Injustice, Police Violence
In The News Lewiston, Maine—Following two high-profile cases of unarmed black men being killed by white police officers—who later weren’t indicted—high school students have joined the heated national conversation about race. Across America, students have walked out of class, stopped traffic, and used social media..
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Discussion Starter: Aide Resigns After Criticizing Obama Teens
In The News Washington, D.C.—A Congressional communications director resigned this week after a disparaging Facebook post about President Obama’s daughters. Elizabeth Lauten, who worked for Rep. Stephen Fincher, R-Tenn., wrote that Malia and Sasha Obama—ages 16 and 13, respectively—dressed and acted inappropriately during the annual..
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Discussion Starter: Governor to Pardon Son’s Drug Charge
In The News Little Rock, Ark.—Among the 25 people Arizona governor Mike Beebe plans to pardon soon is his own son. More than a decade ago, Kyle Beebe, 34, was convicted of marijuana possession with intent to deliver. He was fined and served three years..
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Discussion Starter: #AlexFromTarget Gains Viral Fame
In The News Texas—A 16-year-old Target employee gained sudden Internet fame this week when a photo of him working went viral. After a Twitter user named Abbie posted the picture, #AlexFromTarget became a global trending topic. A social media company called Breakr later claimed credit..
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Discussion Starter: “Fear-bola” Panic Exemplifies Our Frightened Age
In The News Dallas—After the Ebola virus entered the United States, killing one man and infecting two nurses who treated him, paranoia spread, leading to closures and quarantines. Although Ebola has infected more than 9,000 people in West Africa, killing about half of them, U.S...
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