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Did you miss last night’s total lunar eclipse over Austin?
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Four U.S. presidents and a number of figures of the civil rights movement were gathered at the LBJ Library this week for a summit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
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Shortly before President Barack Obama began speaking inside the LBJ Library, University of Texas police arrested three protesters who crossed nearby barricades: http://atxne.ws/1gcb16P
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Images of President Barack Obama at Fort Hood today echoed those from five years ago, at the memorial for a different shooting at the Army post.
In his eulogy at the memorial for the three soldiers killed last week when a shooter opened fire, Obama said: “This tragedy tears at wounds that are still raw.”
Day 2 of the Civil Rights Summit in Austin is bringing former President Bill Clinton to town as this evening’s headliner.
The day’s panels kick off at 12:35 p.m. with a discussion of the relationship between LBJ and MLK. Follow our live coverage: http://atxne.ws/1n48eBr
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