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Clarence Page, Chicago Tribune Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist, speaks at Ohio University in Athens.

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Former CNN journalist Soledad O'Brien speaks to students, faculty and the public as part of her "Black in America" tour, sponsored by the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism.

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"What is beautiful?" A question explored by two singers and a journalist


(July 15, 2014 | CNN & The Huffington Post) - While a journalist initiates a conversation on the definition of "beautiful" around the world, two singers -- Colbie Caillat and John Legend -- advanced messages about 'real' beauty through powerful lyrics.

"Colbie Caillat took a position against the Photoshop in her 'Try' music video" and John Legend's "You and I (Nobody in the World)" may " make you hug your mother, wife, daughter."

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Feed a Child apologizes for "Racist Ad" featuring black boy being fed like a dog

By Julissa Catalan
(July 15, 2014 | DiversityInc.) - South African humanitarian organization Feed a Child has issued a formal apology following backlash against a recent TV commercial. The ad features a wealthy white woman feeding a young black boy as if he were a dog. Read more

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