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Shutdown Prompts Food Donations For Federal Workers

As many as 200 federal workers at Dallas Love Field have been treated to hot dogs and hamburgers donated by members of the city's aviation department during the partial government shutdown. Department spokesman Chris Perry says Friday's free lunch was meant to help federal workers on duty at the Dallas-owned airport but not getting paid. The lunch benefited TSA, Federal Aviation Administration and Customs and Border Protection employees.

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Think with Krys Boyd

Black Millennials And A Dream Deferred

Author Reniqua Allen talks with Krys Boyd about how black millenials are re-imagining what the American Dream means to them which she writes about in “It Was All a Dream: A New Generation Confronts the Broken Promise to Black America.”

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