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The City That Believed in Desegregation

By Alana Semuels Hawthorne Elementary in Louisville, Kentucky, looks like what you might imagine a typical American suburban elementary school to be, with students’ art projects displayed in the hallways and brightly colored rugs and kid-sized tables and chairs in … Continue reading

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Kentucky woman ordained as priest by dissident Roman Catholics

By Sofia Perpetua A dissident Roman Catholic group ordained a 70-year-old woman a priest in Louisville, Kentucky, during a ceremony attended by hundreds on Saturday. About 150 women from all over the world have been ordained in defiance of the Roman Catholic … Continue reading

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Will Ware be stuck with the bill?

By David Sirota Louisville sophomore Kevin Ware’s injury today in the Midwest Regional finals of the NCAA tournament will likely be remembered alongside Joe Theismann’s career-ender as one of the most tragically gruesome in sports history. But that’s not the … Continue reading

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