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    Obama Not a Fan of Kardashian TV Series

    President Barack Obama is apparently not a fan of the E! Network reality show “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” according to the First Lady. In an interview with iVillage.com, Michelle Obama talked about raising...

    Diggy Simmons – Rap Royalty Seeking a New Sound

    Diggy Simmons says he is not letting the success of his father, the Rev. Run, formerly of legendary Hip-Hop group Run DMC, or his uncle, Hip-Hop mogul Russell Simmons, dictate his own style and...

    Etta James Vows to Retire After Forthcoming Album

    Renowned R&B singer Etta James recently announced that her forthcoming album will mark the end of her 50-year-career. According to United Press International, the 73-year-old has faced a bevy of health issues including leukemia...

    Woman from New York City

    "I was here in 1963 during the march on Washington, D.C.," Norman Freeman Anderson said. "This is a monumental moment for me because I’m reliving history. It’s a beautiful occasion to come here today...

    Guidance Counselor from Bronx, N.Y.

    "I’m here because I believe in the dream Dr. King had," said Cynthia Brooks, 59, a guidance counselor from Bronx, N.Y. "Right now there is a need for jobs, there is a need for...

    College Graduate from Northern Virginia

    "What brought me out today was the fact I’m just kind of upset about this economic situation and these enormous corporations aren’t paying their fair share we have really no social safety net," said...

    Nick McCoy

    Washingtonian Nick McCoy said he was prepared to come to the March for Jobs and Justice in August and remained motivated because of "poor people issues in colored neighborhoods, (being) part of a profound...

    Bryan Pegues

    Bryan Pegues came from Youngstown, Ohio to the March for Jobs and Justice because "It's definitely a good event to be up here." Pegues had made plans to come to the march in August before...

    Thousands Rally for Jobs, Justice and to Honor Martin Luther King Jr.

    Click here to view a slideshow of The March for Jobs and Justice Rally. Thousands descended upon Washington, D.C. Saturday to demand jobs, full voting representation for the District of Columbia and an end to...

    Gayle Williams

    Gayle Williams left her Fort Washington, Md., home early to get on the Metro and head to the "Jobs and Justice Rally." Williams had not planned to go to the march when it was...

    Reuven Hodge

    Reuven Hodge had planned to attend the March for Justice and Jobs in August before an earthquake and Hurricane Irene made other plans for the East Coast. Hodge, a Marylander "by way of the...

    Loren and Alton Darden

    A family reunion kept Loren and Alton Darden from coming up from Birmingham, Ala., in August for the March for Jobs and Justice. They made the trek this time because, Loren Darden said, they...

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