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Even Exposure to Air Pollution Cuts Across Racial Lines in America

Think Progress, Apr. 18, 2024

Dirty air is linked to asthma, kidney damage, heart disease, and cancer.

by Carimah Townes

A study produced by the University of Minnesota concluded that race is a determining factor in who is most affected by air pollution. 343 more words


"Why can't we all just get along?" (maybe just a little bit?) - National Poetry Month Post #6

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I came across this article while doing a Google search about Joyce Carol Oates, Poets, and Writing in general. I completely agree with the author’s argument at the end of the page and was surprised (to certain extent; I have read about the “cattiness” of a few of the greats) that some of the greatest writers who have put words on a page said those things about one another. 31 more words


Should Undertaker’s WrestleMania Streak Have Ended?

Just under two weeks removed from the biggest event in the wrestling calendar, WWE WrestleMania XXX, there is still a state of shock over the events surrounding the infamous streak of the Undertaker. 1,215 more words


BlackOut: Part III

A small sliver of light broke through the tiny gap between the two elevator doors on twelve. I left the opening on purpose. I needed to know exactly what I might be walking into if I were to venture outside the shaft. 483 more words


Between Death and Resurrection

Yesterday was Good Friday, a day many of us participated in liturgies that included a reading of the passion, veneration of the cross and receipt of Eucharist. 511 more words