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How the Last Great American President Lead to the Death of a Nation

I thought if we just ignored Trump he would go away. Sort of like a summer cold. I don’t need to take any medicine because I’ll be okay in a day or two, it’s summer. 588 more words

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Between Black & White by: Robert Bailey

Between Black and White by Robert Bailey
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Pulaski, Tennessee has a history that the town can’t seem to escape. It has a big scarlet R on it for “racist” because it is the birth place of the Klan. 283 more words

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Swiss village to pay €260,000 fine instead of accepting 10 refugees

One of Europe’s wealthiest villages has decided to pay a €260,000 fine instead of accepting around 10 refugees under its country’s newly imposed quota.

Residents in the picturesque Swiss village of Oberwil-Lieli said they voted ‘no’ in a referendum on whether to accept the refugees because “they wouldn’t fit in”. 131 more words

The Broken Republic.

May 28 2026
This WordPress app is my only friend.

So two days ago I made friends with a chick. Yesterday we hooked up… last night she stole everything but this cheap ass, broken, phone … … 138 more words

Day 21: Legal Weed Ain't Helping

The legal weed market is so exclusive only white people with no record and money can get into it. The criteria for getting a business license in Colorado for legal weed states you must be of “ 214 more words

365 Days Of Blogging

Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Microsoft back EU hate speech rules

Facebook, Twitter, Google’s YouTube and Microsoft have agreed to an EU code of conduct to tackle online hate speech within 24 hours in Europe.

EU governments have been trying in recent months to get social platforms to crack down on rising online racism following the refugee crisis and terror attacks, with some even threatening action against the companies. 151 more words

Educator Spotlight: Imagining Travel in the Jim Crow Era

Danielle Hance, this week’s Educator of the Week, uses historical fiction to build empathy and primary sources to bring history to life. Danielle is a language arts and social studies teacher for 5th graders at Chapin Intermediate School in Chapin, South Carolina. 573 more words

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