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Story by William Chappell, Contributing Writer Photo by Newsweek Yet another political hot button issue has come to the fore in recent weeks when thousands of Haitian migrants arrived at the United States border in Texas. Many were forced to camp beneath a bridge outside the town of Del Rio.   Add this to the withdrawal from Afghanistan, a vaccine mandate or test option for employees at …

Photo and story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer Alison Mann, a public historian with the U.S. State Department, gave a lecture on famed 19th-century author and activist Frederick Douglass Wednesday in the Paul W. Martin Sr. Honors Building. She discussed Douglass’s diplomatic career and mentioned a few historically significant events in his life that …