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Protesters rallied yesterday against Don Imus at NBC headquarters in New York. Members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team also criticized him yesterday for his comment.

Obama's silence on Imus alarms some blacks

Candidate faces first test on handling issues of race

By Rick Klein and Joseph Williams
Globe Staff / April 11, 2007

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WASHINGTON -- With the Rev. Al Sharpton leading calls Monday for radio host Don Imus to be fired over racially insensitive remarks, Senator Barack Obama's presidential campaign avoided the controversy throughout the day. (Full article: 1102 words)

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