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Bottom Of The Totem Pole

For many years African Americans have been portrayed as being violent, lazy, uneducated, and ignorant.  We have also been stereotyped for having the love for certain foods, such as watermelon, fried chicken, cornbread, and drinking Kool-Aid.  650 more words

Tasman Peninsula

A great day trip from Hobart with Pennicott Wilderness Journeys combined a full circuit of the Tasman Peninsula by boat, and an explore of the impressive remains of the Port Arthur Penal Colony. 462 more words

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Happy New Year! To a delightful 2017!

I’m sitting in my office/kitchen looking out the window and admiring snowflakes softly floating from the night sky. It’s the first snowfall this winter season. To me, snowflakes are absolutely beautiful, magical, divine. 428 more words

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My first blog post - Short & sweet

Alright people! It’s starting to come together. I’m slowly figuring all of this out. I’ve never had a blog and I’ve never had a Facebook page. 286 more words

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Daily Elvis: December 13

Give us this day, our daily Elvis

1935-1948

Tupelo, Mississippi

1949-1953

Humes High School, Memphis, Tennessee

December 13, 1956

Elvis met Hal Kanter, screenwriter and director of his upcoming film – Loving You. 210 more words

VIDEO: Rising of the survivors totem pole in Vancouver, B.C.

On November 5, a symbol of hope and survival was placed in Pigeon Park in Vancouver: a 27-foot totem pole carved by Haida carver Bernie Williams. 48 more words

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