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The Fight For Civil Rights Will Begin Again, Again and Again.

“This fight will never end. There will always be those who want to oppress others, because of their feelings of inadequacy or lack of self-worth, misinterpretation of their ‘values’ or just blatant ignorance. Those in the minority will always face a battle of acceptance, and equality, will often be an uphill climb.”

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Posted in Headlines LGBT Social Issues

Stop Acting So Gay

Stereotypes allow for people to feel like they can safely vent hate because stereotypes are based on things that are sometimes true.  The inherent result is that bigotry leads to the belief that the stereotypes are always true.  People of a specific race, group, or sexual identity may at times exhibit a common set of behaviors.  Just because all of these things can be true does mean they are always true.

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The Sunday Driver, S2, E3: Fear and Loathing in the Heart of Atlanta

A Happy Easter Sunday, Monday or Passover to all, as the case may be. It has been sometime since we had the privilege of joyriding…

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Posted in Foreign Policy History Homeland Security Military Terrorism

The RAF at 103

On April 1st, 1918, precisely 103 years ago, the Royal Air Force (RAF) is formed with the amalgamation of the Royal Flying Corps (RFC) and…

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Posted in Activism Foreign Affairs History Religion Social Issues

A Man Called Karol, A Saint Called John Paul

On April 2nd, 2005, Pope Saint John Paul II, history’s most well-traveled pontiff and the first non-Italian to hold the position since the 16th century,…

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Posted in Economy Foreign Policy Health History Infrastructure Labor Politics Social Issues

The Marshall Plan: Strength in Numbers

On April 3rd, 1948, President Harry S Truman signed the Marshall Plan into law. Officially it was entitled the European Recovery Program, an American initiative…

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