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Interview: Ndaba Mandela, Author of ‘Going to the Mountain: Life Lessons from My Grandfather, Nelson Mandela’

Photo of Ndaba Mandela and Nelson Mandela

Nelson Mandela's grandson, Ndaba Mandela, is on tour in the U.S. to promote his new book, 'Going to the Mountain: Life Lessons From My Grandfather Nelson Mandela', and Mandela 100 events.

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Immigration Report: More Than 1 in 5 DOJ Prisoners Foreign-Born, Vast Majority Here Illegally

Setting the stage for a likely fight in Congress next year, Attorney General Jeff Sessions pointed to the report’s figures as showing U.S. citizens were “being victimized by illegal aliens who commit crimes,” especially drug-related offenses.

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I am Ashamed to be an American, Part Two

If only someone had miraculously turned back the clock to the good ol' days of slavery, or at least to the pre-Civil Rights era, everything would have been just fine. No one was complaining back then, not even the poor whites, for they were still far better off than the blacks and the rest of us who had trickled in afterwards.

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Book Review: ‘The Girl in the Torch,’ a Young Adult Historical Fiction by Robert Sharenow

Sarah knows her life back home will be unbearable so she makes a decision that could well end in her death. She is determined to follow her heart and jumps off the back of the boat she is loaded on to return her to her homeland. Her efforts at swimming take her to the land of the Lady, the woman of the torch. She finds her new hiding palace is on the island of the Statue of Liberty itself.

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