"The Department of Justice intends to appeal this decision in order to preserve and fortify DACA. And, as the court recognized, the Department of Homeland Security plans to issue a proposed rule concerning DACA in the near future."
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POETS vs RAPPERS tonight @ LIVING ARTS...10 poets and 10 rappers in a series of one-on-one battles between a poet and a rapper, randomly paired. The winner of each battle will be chosen by the audience, winners of the final round and the top three finalists will be awarded a cash prize.
Whether you were an 8th grader writing a middle school report or major museum planning a new exhibit or an international reporter in disbelief that North Tulsa had once been bombed to embers, over the last 12 years your searches and answers often began with a call or a visit to Alicia Latimer at Tulsa City County Library's African American Resource at Rudisill Regional. You were guided to hundreds of books, hours of microfilm spanning the entire life of the Tulsa Star. Photos, exhibits and a ton of traditions that filled the historic branch's Ancestral Hall to overflowing. The Sankofa Awards brought Nikki Giovanni, Hill Harper and a decade of America's brightest minds to sit and talk with thousands, over the years, on North Hartford Street. Your grasp of Oklahoma history and her All-Black towns began, very likely, on a very early June morning on a visit to one or more town...year after year...on the road with Mrs. Latimer and TCCL.
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