Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Conservative Belief in Human Supremacy Is Destroying Our Planet @alternet

Human supremacism is morally indefensible. Source: The Conservative Belief in Human Supremacy Is Destroying Our Planet @alternet Advertisements

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How This Social Network Got Users to Curb Racist Posts — Fortune

In a rare bit of good news, a technology company has managed to cut the number of racist posts on its platform by 75%. The secret? Empathy. (And also months of hard work, lots of prototyping and getting expert input.) … Continue reading

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Donald Trump Throws ‘Ku Klux Klan’ Charge Back at Hillary Clinton — Fortune

Donald Trump retweeted a charge from two campaign surrogates that Hillary Clinton had a Ku Klux Klan member as “her mentor.” The Saturday tweet came at the end of a week in which Clinton criticized Trump’s ties to the so-called … Continue reading

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Sunday “Gayle on the Go!”, Sunday, August 28th, 2016 — KTLA

Happy Sunday! What are you up to? Here are some SUNDAY “GAYLE ON THE GO!” suggestions! Enjoy! -0- Horses & Dragons Aquarium of the Pacific 100 Aquarium Way Long Beach, CA 90802 (562) 590-3100http://www.AquariumofPacific.org HORSES AND DRAGONS at the Aquarium … Continue reading

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South African Finance Minister to Be Charged with Graft — Fortune

South African Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan could be charged with graft as soon as this week, the City Press newspaper reported on Sunday, citing senior sources in the police, the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and the tax service. The AFP … Continue reading

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New Orleans chef opens her ‘dream’ restaurant in Humble

It’s nice to have dreams but it’s even better when those dreams are realized. Just ask Nureka Henderson-Chapman, known professionally as Chef NuReka. Her dream? To have her own restaurant. Source: New Orleans chef opens her ‘dream’ restaurant in Humble

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Albino Sisters Granted Asylum to Attend School in Southern California After Attacks, Maiming — KTLA

The sisters tried to stay strong all those years of being taunted as “ghosts” for the color of their skin, of being beaten by their teachers — of an attack that almost killed one of them. There was a dream, … Continue reading

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