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by Benjamin J. Dueholm
Two small cracks appeared in the fortresslike Regenstein Library in 2005.  The University libraries approved a pilot program granting neighborhood public schoolteachers access to the Regenstein. And in early April, the Regenstein turnstiles malfunctioned, compromising the security of the library . . .

by Bart Schultz

A documentary that recaptures the early history of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) on the south side of Chicago. CORE co-founders James Robinson and George Houser revisit some of the sites of their early nonviolent protest activities, including the former site of the Jack Spratt Coffee House, at 47th and Kimbark, where they staged one of the first non violent sit ins on behalf of civil rights in American history.
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