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Ohioan Recalls Civil Rights Struggles in Birmingham

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January
18, 2009

Americans are celebrating the life of Doctor Martin Luther King Junior, the civil rights leader whose followers brought tremendous change to the South. One of the places were Doctor King labored was Birmingham, Alabama, a city whose fabric included fire hoses, police dogs and Bull Connor. In the first in a series of recollections by Ohioans, a Birmingham native recalls what it was like growing up during the struggle for civil rights.

Returning Troops, Parade, Part of Early Veteran’s Day Observances

Spc. Deeanna Rudolph gets reaquainted with her 4-year-old son. She spent 14 months in Iraq.
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November 9, 2006

COLUMBUS, OH (WOSU) The American military took center stage in downtown Columbus Thursday afternoon. The city’s annual Veteran’s Day Parade included thousands of troops, an assortment of vehicles and marching bands. Later a throng of family and friends turned out at a local church to welcome Ohio National Guard members returning from Iraq.

Returning Troops, Parade, Part of Veteran’s Day Observances

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12:00AM
November 9, 2006

The American military took center stage in downtown Columbus yesterday afternoon. The city’s annual Veteran’s Day Parade included thousands of troops, an assortment of vehicles and marching bands. Later a throng of family and friends turned out at a local church to welcome Ohio National Guard members returning from Iraq.