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Last Saturday, I twisted my left knee, now let us go back in time and remind you guys that my original injury was my right knee. 302 more words

Slice Of Life

A Cyclist Stopped In The Middle Of A Race To Drop A Deuce

Tom Dumoulin was leading a race in Italy, but had to stop on the side of the road to drop a deuce! He pulled down his racing onesie and popped a squat next to a road sign.



Was The Water Crisis In Flint Racially Driven?

Flint is a city in Michigan with a population of 99,000. 57% of the population is black and the amount of residents below the poverty line is 42%. 487 more words


Minorities in the US who "whiten" job resumes get more interviews

Minority job applicants are “whitening” their resumes by deleting references to their race with the hope of boosting their shot at jobs, and new research shows the strategy is paying off. 1,520 more words

My Journey to Intersectionality

I started my PhD journey a little over a year ago when my husband and I decided to make the move to Aberdeen, Scotland, from Anchorage, Alaska. 720 more words

Mouth-to-Mouth 2016

It’s always nice to do a new race, and Mouth-to-Mouth was another new Sussex Trail Event that the boys had added to their portfolio for 2016. 673 more words

Wicked Reptile

A wicked, reptilian face,
A book he pulled of race.
And opened it in front,
And licked the page
With its tongue…