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Legendary Football Player Jim Brown, 81, Still Giving to Community With Amer-I-Can Program

Football legend Jim Brown, president of the Amer-I-Can Foundation, attends the eighth annual banquet fundraiser for Silver Lining of Hope Crusade in Carson, Calif. on Apr. 7. (Sarah Le/Epoch Times)
Football legend Jim Brown, president of the Amer-I-Can Foundation, attends the eighth annual banquet fundraiser for Silver Lining of Hope Crusade in Carson, Calif. on Apr. 7. (Sarah Le/Epoch Times)

LOS ANGELES, Calif.—At 81 years old, former NFL legend and Hollywood actor Jim Brown is still giving his time and energy to help urban communities and...

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A Canton Junk
1868 - 1870 By: John ThomsonIllustrations of China and its people
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