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Walter's trade pays off (1919)

The Boston Braves played the Philadelphia Phillies on May 30, 1919. It was a great game for the Braves as they shut out the Phillies 6-0. 274 more words

Boston Braves

Why double depositing is wrong

Patrick O’Connor posted a fictitious conversation about double depositing in the Huffington Post recently. The gist of the conversation is that the new college freshman is not happy at his selected college because the college had to make cuts due to double depositing, or summer melt. 673 more words

College

May Day and Football's Interaction with Political Developments in Turkey: Early May 2015

NOTE: An Updated Version of This Post Can Be Found at Balkanist.net at http://balkanist.net/may-day-footballs-interaction-political-developments-turkey/

Another May Day came and went in Istanbul with much of the same old—police force used to suppress demonstrations on the “Worker’s Holiday”. 675 more words

Politics

May Day Greetings to ILWU Local 10

On May 1, 2015, Local 10 of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) shut down the Port of Oakland, California and led a May Day march to “Stop Police Terror.” CSWP sent the following message of solidarity to Local 10. 255 more words

Racism

Blissful Weekend

While most family in the Philippines go out of town to celebrate Labor Day on May 1st, my family often stay home to celebrate my eldest sister’s birthday. 337 more words

Weekend Wonders

May 1

Be curious, not judgemental.
– Walt Whitman

It’s so important to maintain the curiosity and sense of wonder that we have when we are young. When we are babies, we experience everything for the first time: crawling, eating, walking, talking, and sensation. 67 more words

Workers and Immigrant Rights and Black Lives Matter

A Black Lives Matter protest began at Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Park in Seattle, Wash. on May 1 at 11 a.m. Protesters gathered to hear speeches, listen to spoken word poetry and musical performances from Antonio Bandannas and Militant Child as as well as tell their own stories. 288 more words

Photojournalism