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  1. Tala's 'Malika' EP Streamed More Than 2/6 Million TimesRead the original story w/Photo

    58 min ago |

    With her globalized blend of effervescent daydream pop British-Iranian talent T?L? has been selected as a 2016 VEVO DSCVR Emerging Artist and named a Dazed 100 2016 Breaking Artist. Fans can up-vote for TALA in the #Dazed100 TALA - which means "gold" in her family's native Farsi - is the musical identity of the 26-year-old London-based producer, singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist powerhouse.


  2. "Soldier's Heart" inspired by true storyRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Evening Sun

    "Soldier's Heart" inspired by true story Book explores a friendship between a white family and a black family before and during the Civil War Check out this story on Michele Baker is the author of "Soldier's Heart." It tells the story of the Hendersons, a white family, and the Thompsons, a black family, who lived as neighbors -- and possibly friends -- in Carlisle before and during the Civil War.


  3. Author Norma Jennings Named As A Winner In 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading Book AwardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 18, 2015 | 24-7 Press Release

    Author Norma Jennings has been named as one of 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading in the 50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading Book Awards. Jennings was chosen by public vote from a field of hundreds of authors who appeared on The Authors Show Radio.


  4. Meet 'Hijarbie,' the New Hijab-Wearing Muslim BarbieRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    Barbie has undergone quite a few transformations lately, earning the iconic doll a non-conformist reputation that many women have welcomed. Now, not only is Barbie not necessarily an Anglo-Saxon Amazon, but in case people were tempted to assume otherwise, she doesn't necessarily hold to the Judeo-Christian tradition.


  5. Hancock Lecture To Explore The Meaning of Canadian CitizenshipRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Torontoist

    The past year brought to light many debates about the idea of citizenship: Activists tirelessly called for the abolition of random police carding. #BlackLivesMatter rallies amplified the message of young, racialized Torontonians desperately working to improve relations between people of colour and the police.


  6. Happy Year of the Monkey, baby. You're intelligent, creative, and darnit, people like youRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Cool Mom Picks

    Today starts the Lunar New Year, and lots of little Year of the Monkey babies soon to be born . I've always loved Tree by Kerri Lee's beautiful wooden birth year blocks , which a make sweet gift for a special little someone.


  7. Students gather to discuss culture's role in advisingRead the original story

    5 hrs ago | The Free Press

    On Feb. 2, USM's professional academic advisors gathered on the 7th floor of Glickman Library for an all day workshop in multicultural training and advising. The advising office frequently participates in workshops that help people become more aware of student needs not only academically, but personally.


  8. 'You should know what you're sharing'Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    IT'S been dubbed the 'Godzilla El Nino'. And now the phenomenon is living up to it's name as southern African nations cop the brunt of its wrath .


  9. Hunt for missing 15-year-old from LeicesterRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Hinckley Times

    Malachi is mixed race, 5ft 6in tall, medium build, clean shaven, with short mousey brown hair and blue eyes and is known to frequent Beaumont Leys. A police spokesman said: "Officers have been carrying out a number of enquiries since Malachi was reported missing and are now appealing for public assistance to locate him.


  10. Meet the one in a million twins turning heads in their pushchairs:...Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Meet the one in a million twins turning heads in their pushchairs: 10-month-old girls draw stares in the supermarket as one is white and the other black One is black and has big brown eyes; the other is blue-eyed with light hair and fair skin. These are the one in a million sisters who turn heads wherever they go - and not just because of their adorable smiles.


  11. Multicultural Celebration returning to GuindaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Daily Democrat

    Jim Smith-Daily Democrat ¬ Bill Petty tells a full house at the Guinda Grange on Saturday stories of how Blacks were treated during the 1800s. Guinda's Multicultural Heritage and Black History Celebration returns for its 15th year offering an opportunity for people of all races to look back at past inequities in hopes of moving toward a better future.


  12. Baltimore councilman lauds family once torn apart by racist lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Baltimore Sun

    Couple John Billy and Shirley Billy were honored by City Councilman Robert W. Curran during Monday's City Council meeting. John Billy's song "F.L.A.V.O.R. - The Civil Rights Love Song" was presented for consideration as the official Baltimore civil rights love song.


  13. The House DividedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | City Journal

    Twenty-five years ago, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. - premier historian of twentieth-century American liberalism, highbrow courtier to the Kennedys, and grey eminence for the Kennedy's would-be successors - published The Disuniting of America: Reflections on a Multicultural Society . The Schlesinger of the 1950s idolized Adlai Stevenson, whose professorial demeanor endeared him to academia.


  14. Class NotesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 11, 2015 |

    Little River beginning teacher Russell Strand-Poole applied for a grant through and Little River School was the only one in North Carolina to receive the $10,000 grant. Strand-Poole became a full-time teacher at Little River this year, but was very familiar with the school and the technology program.


  15. The Way to Defeat Anti-Zionism on University CampusesRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    Swastikas spray-painted on the outside of a Hillel building on campus. Israeli activists and IDF members having their speeches interrupted by pro-Palestinian "activists".


  16. Many NYU clubs hosted events in commemoration of Martin Luther King, Jr for NYU's annual MLK week.Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Washington Square News

    Student clubs on campus were the driving forces behind MLK week, NYU's annual weeklong event dedicated to the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. The MLK committee, led by Assistant Vice President for Student Diversity Monroe Francis, worked with multi-cultural clubs across campus to bring about a diverse collection of events. In addition to the Black Student Union, clubs involved included the Academic Achievement Program, which supports underrepresented students on campus, and the African Heritage Month Committee.


  17. ACT government offers to resettle asylum seekers in CanberraRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Age

    The ACT government's offer to resettle the asylum seekers bound for deportation to Nauru "sends a signal" but is unlikely to be made a reality unless the federal government allowed the group to apply for temporary protection visas. Chief Minister Andrew Barr was one of five state and territory leaders to declare his support for the 267 asylum seekers waiting to be flown back to Nauru, saying on Monday the ACT would welcome the families.


  18. Clara Jane Hendrickson | Transforming white atonementRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Pennsylvanian

    Bernie Sanders' class-first policies in a piece in The Atlantic. When asked if he supported reparations for slavery, Sanders was hesitant.


  19. Questions of ethnic identity persistence in mass-media dominated North AmericaRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Enter Stage Right

    The second area of possible resistance to mass-media assimilation that could be looked at, are the cultural and multicultural policies of the Canadian state. Various levels of Canadian government offer considerable support to what could be considered the quote-unquote "Canadian" part of culture, especially the area of Canadian literature or so-called CanLit.


  20. On Native GroundREPUBLICANS Fought the Wrong War - and LostRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | American Reporter

    It's from a game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants played on Nov. 20, 1960 at Yankee Stadium. Trailing the Eagles 17-10 late in the game, the Giants were driving for a touchdown.