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October 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
The mother of a black high school senior who was suspended for two days for addressing a friend by a racial epithet at school is fighting back. Nathan Martin was suspended and given 10 hours of detention because he greeted a close friend, who is also black, with the racial slur. A white student overheard Martin and told school officials. Martin, 17, said his black friends use the term in a fun, friendly and affectionate way.
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October 13, 2000 | From Associated Press
The mother of a black high school senior who was suspended for two days for addressing a friend by a racial epithet at school is fighting back. Nathan Martin was suspended and given 10 hours of detention because he greeted a close friend, who is also black, with the racial slur. A white student overheard Martin and told school officials. Martin, 17, said his black friends use the term in a fun, friendly and affectionate way.
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April 12, 2014 | By Kate Mather, Paige St. John and Ruben Vives
ORLAND, Calif. -- Two witnesses said Friday that a FedEx truck was on fire before it hit a tour bus filled with high school students in Northern California, killing 10. Bonnie and Joe Duran, whose car was hit by the big rig before it collided with the bus Thursday on Interstate 5 in Orland, told several TV stations that they saw flames coming from the truck as it crossed the center median. “I was heading along the outside lane. And I looked over and saw the FedEx truck coming right for me and it was on fire already,” Bonnie Duran told KCBS radio.
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April 19, 1987 | JANICE ARKATOV
"What's your play about?" Robert Locke (whose "The Dolly" is at the Burbage Theatre) gets asked that all the time, and he's invariably stumped. "People want easy answers," said the playwright, "so you tell them that it's about child molestation. Of course, then they think that it's a social-issue play--and it's not. "The story begins when a 7-year-old girl tells her mother that her (paternal) grandfather is molesting her, and follows what happens from there.
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