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Stereotypes: Definition, Discussion and Functionality in Creating Racial Ideas

  Stereotypes: Definition, Discussion and Functionality in Creating Racial Ideas Stereotypes: Definition, Discussion and Functionality in Creating Racial Ideas This paper will present how racial stereotypes can be used to ridicule a people and to lead public opinion into thinking of this people as unable to live “unruly.” According to Ethnic Notions, in the 20th […]

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Help Make Christmas Merry for Native American Children

Help Make Christmas Merry for Native American Children (NewsUSA) – Many Native American children living on Reservations in the United States are growing up in unimaginable poverty. High unemployment means limited job opportunities and no income source for their parents, so multigenerational families often live together in small, dilapidated houses. Many of these homes lack […]

How Often Do Police Use Tasers on Teens? Experts Want More Data.

How Often Do Police Use Tasers on Teens? Experts Want More Data. By Rod McCullom The photographs are graphic and disturbing: 16-year-old Jahmel Leach sits in a hospital bed, his face swollen, a deep, bloody laceration stretching across his right cheek. Taken last June, the pictures show the Bronx teenager shortly after he was arrested […]

‘Luckiest Man Alive’: Why 9/11 First Responders’ Outlooks May Improve Even as Physical Health Fails

2021-09-11 ‘Luckiest Man Alive’: Why 9/11 First Responders’ Outlooks May Improve Even as Physical Health Fails Michael McAuliff Ray Pfeifer and Luis Alvarez’s names are on the federal 9/11 legislation that establishes benefits for first responders. Both men fought to make Congress pass it while they were dying of cancer — and they had another […]

How Rape Affects Memory, and Why Police Need to Know About That Brain Science

2021-09-03 How Rape Affects Memory, and Why Police Need to Know About That Brain Science Sammy Caiola, Capital Public Radio   Annie Walker woke up one morning in 2019 with little recollection of the night before. She had bruises on her arms, legs, wrist and lower abdomen. “But I literally had no idea what had […]

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What will history say about Covid? Museums scurry to collect — and prepare to remember.

2021-09-02 What will history say about Covid? Museums scurry to collect — and prepare to remember. A worn pair of nurse’s shoes. That coronavirus model Anthony Fauci used in public briefings. Oral histories, iconic photos and social media posts. All of us are curators now, and what we preserve — as well as what we […]

Syd Barret

  Syd Barret By: Harry Rackers In August 2006 a sixty year old, bald, stocky bachelor with a face at once stern and sensitive died of diabetes. He was living on his own in his home-town: the genteel city of Cambridge, England, world widely known for its university, which, in the UK, is rivalled only […]

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