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  3. The first time "affirmative action" is used by the federal government concerning race is in President John F. Kennedy's Executive Order 10925, which was chaired by Vice President Johnson. At Johnson's inaugural ball in Texas, he met with a young black lawyer, Hobart Taylor, Jr., and gave him the task to co-author the executive order.

  4. First-generation rights include, among other things, freedom of speech, the right to a fair trial, (in some countries) the right to keep and bear arms, freedom of religion, freedom from discrimination, and voting rights. They were pioneered in the seventeenth and eighteenth-century during the Age of Enlightenment.

  5. Biden sees economy avoiding recession, but risks remain. Biden, demoting Iowa and prizing diversity, wants South Carolina as first primary. Trump probe: Court halts Mar-a-Lago special master review.

  6. The First Presidency of the church announced its support for Proposition 8 in a letter intended to be read in every congregation in California. In this letter, church members were encouraged to "do all you can to support the proposed constitutional amendment by donating of your means and time".

  7. "A descriptive list of the Confederate flags in the possession of the State Historical Society of Iowa". 1918. p. 4. Retrieved 2021-10-31. Bunting, 4x7 feet (modified form of Stars and Bars), Union blue with twelve 8-point stars in circle. "In God We Trust" printed on white silk and stitched on white bar of Field. No record of when or where captured. ^ Dedmondt, Glenn (2009). The Flags of ...