Roland, retired vocal music teacher and minister of the gospel, died on Monday, May 21, 2012, following a cerebral hemorrhage. He was born on August 31, 1920, in Golden City, Mo., to the Rev. Charles A. “It was just sitting in the bag ever since I picked it up,” French said. “I’ve never worn it, never even tried it on. It’s just been there since 2015.

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Clinical examination may or may not be helpful in the early course of the disease. The physician should examine the sacroiliac joints and the entire spine, including the neck. Chest expansion (the ability to move the chest with a deep breath) along with range of motion of the hip and shoulder joints should be measured.

The years 1963 64 were the height of the nonviolent direct action phase of the civil rights movement, nationally as well as at Berkeley. This was a time when, even in the liberal Bay Area, Black people were shut out of nearly all public positions of employment: clerks, cashiers, bank tellers, etc. The Berkeley chapter of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) led a series of militant demonstrations and sit ins to win equal rights for Black people.

At a dingy green and white concrete complex, moist, softball sized pools of blood lead like steppingstones up to the entrance of Haiti’s State University Hospital, where thousands of stinking corpses clogged the courtyard after the quake. A middle aged man is on his knees, wailing, “My heart. My heart!” One hand clutches his chest while the other grips the metal grate that separates him from an unmoved receptionist.