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Megan Thee Stallion x New York Times – Protecting Women of Color

Director: Kajal Executive Producer: Spike Jordan & Mike Prieto Sup Producer: Shiri Fauer Producer: Jennifer Zarzuela DP: Chuk Owens AD: Ken Fredericks Editor: Mah Ferraz Color: Josh Bohosky Sound: Raphael Ajuelos Production Company: The Genius Club

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Where loneliness can lead | Aeon

Hannah Arendt enjoyed her solitude, but she believed that loneliness could make people susceptible to totalitarianism Samantha Rose Hill is the assistant director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities, visiting assistant professor of politics at Bard College … Continue reading

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A Dress Historian Explains the History of the Witch Hat

To understand the history of the witch’s hat, we first have to understand the history of witches, so our story begins around 1100 CE, with a fun pit stop in the 15th-century and that hot piece of trash known as … Continue reading

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Barbara Blake Hannah: The first black reporter on British TV

By Simi Jolaoso When British TV got its first black reporter in 1968 some viewers strongly objected and she was sacked in less than a year. Now, half a century later, a British Journalism Award has been named in her … Continue reading

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Bougainville Referendum For Independence

Environmental Photographer William Joshua Templeton is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography.  From the project ‘Bougainville Referendum’. On December 13th, 2019 Autonomous Region of Bougainville (Bougainville) took a step forward in their bid for regained independence. … Continue reading

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Indigenous Communities Under Siege in Rondon’s Land

May 08, 2019 | InfoAmazonia BY GUSTAVO FALEIROS. IMAGES BY FÁBIO NASCIMENTO Image courtesy of Fabio Nascimento. The continued invasion of native territories in the western part of the Brazilian Amazon rainforest.   In Rondônia, the Indians are under siege. It is … Continue reading

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The Case for Reparations – The Atlantic – Ta-Nehisi Coates

“Two hundred fifty years of slavery. Ninety years of Jim Crow. Sixty years of separate but equal. Thirty-five years of racist housing policy. Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole.”

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What If Donald Trump Had Handled The Pandemic A Little More Like Bolsonaro? — PressNewsAgency

Donald Trump, it seemed, had decided to go Full Bolsonaro. On Monday, just hours after the U.S. president left the hospital where he’d been treated for COVID-19 following a positive coronavirus test last week, a defiant Trump insisted that he … Continue reading

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How Trump Lost Control Of The Coronavirus Pandemic, Told As A Motion Comic

The United States has recorded over 200,000 deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic. Months of an uncontained coronavirus pandemic have left the US in far worse shape than other countries, like South Korea. President Donald Trump tested positive for coronavirus on … Continue reading

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German reunification: When two states became one | UNPACKED

30 years ago, Germany’s reunification meant dealing with the fundamental rivalry of the 20th century: capitalism versus communism. The triumphant advance of capitalism was the defining element of the transformation and integration of the new federal states. But did the … Continue reading

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