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originally posted by: BlueAjah
And why should she even have to give up her gun for that?
Cramsey is an administrator of the anti-heroin Facebook group "Enough is Enough." He has attended numerous town hall meetings across the Lehigh Valley in recent months to voice concern over the heroin epidemic in the area, calling for authorities to do more to punish drug dealers.
Outside Higher Ground Tactical, the gun range at 5402 Chestnut St., Upper Milford, one of Cramsey's friends spoke to The Morning Call Tuesday afternoon on the condition that his name not be published. The man said that since his daughter's death, Cramsey has become "extremely involved in rescuing" heroin users from environments fostering their addiction.
originally posted by: ~Lucidity
Gotta love the Daily News
Cops nab trio of 'vigilantes' at Holland Tunnel with loaded guns, 'America' gun clip and 2,000 rounds of ammo
Relax. All three are "white."
North Africans in the United States Edit
Main article: North Africans in the United States
Under the U.S. Census definition and U.S. federal agency, individuals with ancestry from North Africa are considered white. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulations also explicitly define white as "original peoples of Europe, North Africa, or the Middle East."
Most North Africans in the U.S. are of native North African origin, including Berbers, Copts, Arabs, Arab-Berbers and Egyptians. They are among the more numerous Arab American groups.
African Americans and admixture
Main article: African American
Laws dating from 17th-century colonial America excluded children of at least one black parent from the status of being white. Early legal standards did so by defining the race of a child based on a mother's race while banning interracial marriage, while later laws defined all people of some African ancestry as black, under the principle of hypodescent. Some 19th-century categorization schemes defined people with one black parent (the other white) as mulatto, with one black grandparent as quadroon and with one black great grandparent as octoroon. The latter categories remained within an overall black or African-American category. Some members of these categories passed temporarily or permanently as white. Until the Civil War, racial identity depended on the combination of appearance, African blood fraction, and social circle.
However, since several thousand blacks have been crossing the color line each year, the phenomenon known as "passing for white", millions of White Americans have recent African ancestors. A statistical analysis done in 1958 estimated that 21 percent of the white population had African ancestors. The study concluded that the majority of Americans of African descent were actually White and not Black.
originally posted by: odzeandennz
most importantly, what was their religions
did they sympathize with any arabic religions? if not its their constitutional rights.