“The above photo was taken in the fall of 1941 at the University of Washington before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. At the time, they were UW’s single largest ethnic group. But by spring, they were gone, shipped away and incarcerated in internment
“Walker’s success as a campaigner was to her detriment as a mother…America’s icon often went to feminist meetings and rallies and left Rebecca to fend for herself. Her daughter experimented with drugs and became pregnant at 14.”
“Why is there so much violence in the Niger delta? And why should we care?”
“The Economist’s bid to appeal to more youthful readers seems to be paying off after two 17-year-olds created a rap about the business title, while a Facebook fan group created by a teenage schoolgirl has enjoyed a surge in popularity”.(tags: magazines)
“This child is being abused and is clearly being groomed for much worse. This girl is clearly indicating that she is not consenting to be on video tape so tell me why YouTube has left this up for 5 months, and 75,000 people have viewed this?”
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