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Watch Rev. Al Sharpton on Meet the Press Sunday, March 11th on the Roundtable featuring the latest analysis on 2012 along with Peggy Noonan, EJ Dionne, and Marsha Blackburn.

Posted 03/9/2012

Meet the Press will also have an exclusive live interview from the campaign trail w/ GOP hopeful Rick Santorum MTP airs Sunday, March 10 from 9-10 ET on NBC-TV network; 10:30-11:30 am ET in New York and Washington.  

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Selma-Montgomery march, immigration law drawing young people, first-time protesters

Posted 03/8/2012

ANDY BROWNFIELD  Associated Press     MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Nearly 1,000 people showed up for the fifth day of marching between Selma and Montgomery on the day that focused on Alabama‘s tough immigration law and workers’ rights issues. Seventeen-year-old Beatriz Rosaliano says she became politically-active after Alabama passed its law requiring residents to show proof of…

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Blacking It Up: Live Podcast From The March In Alabama

Posted 03/8/2012

#BlackingItUp, the acclaimed podcast hosted by Elon James White, L. Joy Williams, and Aaron Rand Freeman, is broadcasting Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from the march in Alabama from Selma to Montgomery. Check in every day at 1:30p Eastern Time for the latest updates and interviews with march participants.

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Marchers along Selma-Montgomery trail to focus on Ala. immigration law on Thursday

Posted 03/8/2012

MONTGOMERY — Demonstrators marching from Selma to Montgomery in protest of Alabama’s voter ID and immigration laws plan on making the state’s toughest-in-the-nation crackdown on illegal immigrants the focus of their march on Thursday. Demonstrators have been marching since the ceremonial crossing of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma on March 4 to commemorate “Bloody…

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Black Caucus to join Selma-Montgomery march

Posted 03/7/2012

The Associated Press MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Members of the Alabama Legislative Black Caucus plan to join demonstrators protesting the state’s voter ID and immigration laws during a 10-mile leg of the march between Selma and Montgomery on Wednesday. Caucus chairman Sen. Bobby Singleton says he expects about 15 black lawmakers to make the trip down…

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