Erin Brockovich Friday night earned the honor of “Protector of the Earth.” That’s what the Atlanta-based Captain Planet Foundation calls the award...
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Atlanta civil rights leader Rev. C.T. Vivian recently received the nation's highest civilian award, the Medal of Freedom, from President Barack...
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