What we have is the sense of real slippage, that, well, you know, it may not be 2010 and it probably will be 2015, as if that doesn't matterAIDS advocates blast slow funding Aug 09, 2008
Thanks to the dedication and commitment of the New York Young Leaders, we are confident that this is going to be our most successful event to date. As a true celebration of all things Irish, we are proud to be part of what has quickly become one of the most important St. Patrick's Day parties in the greatest city in the worldO'Brien to get Irish Spirit Award Mar 10, 2008
We had made plans for this, but this was worse than anyone expected'Gypsy' closing, a financial loss Feb 06, 2004
This list contains the names of notable civil rights activists who were active during the 19th century. Although not often highlighted in American history, before Rosa Parks changed America when she was arrested for refusing to give up her seat to a white passenger on a Montgomery, Alabama city bus in December 1955, 19th century African-American civil rights activists worked strenuously from the 1850s until the 1880s for the cause of equal treatment in public transportation.