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Taken from the The Line Up Lauria Bible and Ashley Freeman had been best friends since kindergarten. Lauria’s mom fondly recalls their friendship: “Lauria and Ashley would call each other at least once a week. What one was thinking, the other was thinking. It’s kind of like when two people—one can finish

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CvltureFeaturedHistory

One of the things that struck me hardest living in the United States was how blatantly Amerocentric their history lessons were. Suddenly I was learning about events that I had grown up hearing about from teachers and family in a new way. One of those things was WWII, a war

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ArtCvltureFeaturedHistoryPhotography

Birds do it, bees do it, even our great-great-grandparents did it! The “it” I’m talking about is good sex captured on film. I know we live in the age of porn, where these images are just a keyboard or smart phone away, but way back in the day you could

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CvltureHistorySocial Justice

For many Americans, the way that religion looms large over every public conversation and in every political discourse may seem normal, and almost invisible. But as someone who grew up elsewhere, I was shocked by its obvious influence when I lived in an arguably liberal bastion of a city, Los

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CvltureFeaturedHistorySocial Justice

The Panama Deception is a movie that proves that US Government is full of murderers who are corrupt and down to kill Black and Brown people with ease! This film shows why the death ofGeorge Bush Sr.  should not be celebrated the fucker was a war criminal. I just wish

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Apocalyptic BluesCvltureFeaturedHip-HopHistoryMusic

The 90’s were not the easiest decade for me because my life was full of more downs than ups. The music that saved me from going off the deep end was Trip Hop. The melancholy break beats with haunting vocals spoke to me on so many levels and even inspired me

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