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From a ticker-tape parade in New York to a key to the city of LA, crowds flocked to see him, hear him, touch him
Knesset member denounces incident as the latest in series of what she calls racist actions against black community
An official statement addresses the former ban on black priests, which ended in 1978.
The famed director talks about his new book on education and five things that can help close America’s education gap.
Residents of an Afrikaner stronghold, where the streets are named after apartheid leaders, have varying views on Madiba
Even with new health law, researchers worry other factors beyond affordability will continue to create barriers
Undocumented immigrants from Africa seen as 'infiltrators' threatening Israel's demographic character
Experts give wrenching personal testimony at DOJ hearing while detailing how kids are more at risk and get less help
Twenty years ago, Parushia Padayiace was a second-class citizen
A look at some the laws that reinforced decades of racial inequality in South Africa.
One Los Angeles resident has sued the city and a developer over plans to build skyscrapers near the Hollywood fault line
"We don't have hope" says one citizen of Diepsloot, a township where black citizens tuned into Mandela's memorial