Tag Archives: Politics

Copacabana Beach | BBC News

View this post on Instagram People in Rio De Janeiro have been remembering more than 100,000 people that have died with Covid-19 in Brazil. Hundreds of crosses were placed in the sand at Copacabana beach with red balloons tied to … Continue reading

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Brazil medics seek ICC probe of Bolsonaro gov’t COVID-19 response

Brazil’s president is being taken to court over his handling of the coronavirus pandemic. A coalition of health professionals wants the International Criminal Court to investigate Jair Bolsonaro’s government for crimes against humanity and genocide. Al Jazeera’s Monica Yanakiev reports … Continue reading

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Valley of the Fallen – 99% Invisible

About an hour northwest of Madrid, an enormous stone crucifix rises 500 feet out of a rocky mountaintop. It’s so big you can see it from miles away. Beneath the cross, there’s a sprawling Benedictine monastery and a basilica carved … Continue reading

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A true story of slavery and restitution in America

Caleb McDaniel’ book “Sweet Taste of Liberty: A True Story of Slavery and Restitution in America” won the 2020 Pulitzer history prize, recounting the story of former slave Henrietta Wood. Henrietta Wood was freed from slavery in 1848 only to … Continue reading

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Black Voices Speak Their Truth

Inspired by the storytellers, the conversations and the art that have arisen from the Black Lives Matter movement, we know that there are a lot more stories that need to be told, and a lot more listening that needs to … Continue reading

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Brazil’s President Says He Has Recovered from Covid-19 — DIGI WORLD BLOG

[ad_1] Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro announced that he had tested negative for covid-19 on Saturday.Photo: Andressa Anholete (Getty Images) Infamous coronavirus skeptic Jair Bolsonaro, the president of Brazil, triumphantly declared on Saturday that he had recovered from covid-19, the disease … Continue reading

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Man Predicts Future of the World – Streets of London – Episode 19

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BONUS: The Kerner Commission : Planet Money

In 1967, President Johnson created a commission to investigate racial unrest in America. But, the answer they came up with was not the answer he was hoping for. | Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here. Source: BONUS: The Kerner Commission … Continue reading

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60 Years and Still Short Film

60years.carrd.co This table top, mixed media short film covers six decades of race and injustice in America through ten incidents of Black lives taken by police. Some of these incidents sparked national media coverage and furious uprisings across the country, … Continue reading

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We think of love as merely spontaneous – but it is in fact an emotion acutely shaped by its history. Understanding more about the course of love in time can help us think through our options in the present.

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