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Silicon Valley needs to figure out how to promote women and people of color. Andreessen Horowitz is doing that by changing one of its founding rules.

Interesting illustration of how criteria developed for valid corporate reasons led to the realization of who they excluded, with the criteria being changed:

The high-profile venture capital firm has elevated Connie Chan to general partner — and scrapped a rule that the firm candidly admits was outdated.

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European Success Comes at Africa's Expense: Former U.S. President Barack Obama’s First Major Post-Presidential Speech Focuses on Football but Misses the Mark

Former U.S. President Barack Obama chose to make the focus of his first major post-presidential speech football, and in so doing proved (as has become the norm for globalist figures) his distance from the people. 842 more words


South Koreans Learn to Love the Other

A bit more of a positive take compared to other articles I have seen but clearly government is making efforts:

From Japan to the United Kingdom, developed countries face a two-pronged problem: aging populations and a deepening hostility toward the immigrants who could keep their aging economies growing.

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An example of fake news, where the original headline was “Islamic Relief and Other Groups to Receive $23M”, and the Sun was obliged to issue the following correction, not been picked up by the media and bloggers recirculating the story.

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Immigration critics urge Liberals to come up with answers on asylum issue

Clearly becoming more of a wedge issue, with parties more interested in scoring points and inflaming debate rather than more serious discussion of the opportunities and constraints. 876 more words


Is China's atheist Communist Party trying to eradicate Islam?

As they have tried for other religions:

Green-domed mosques still dominate the skyline of China’s “Little Mecca”, but they have undergone a profound change – no longer do boys flit through their stone courtyards en route to classes and prayers.

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