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As a Filipina-American growing up in one of the whitest suburbs outside Philly, I didn’t really have any friends who looked like me or shared my unique Filipino sense of […]
A review of American Promise: a documentary about 2 black youths and their journey in US education. To be followed around with a camera for 13 years, from the age […]
50 years ago, people marched on Washington for jobs and freedom. But how far have we come since? Take this quiz and find out.
Jury selection is currently underway while the Martin family tries to do damage control on the media’s appalling “victim-blaming” rampage against Trayvon. According to Global Grind, one NYPD detective said that […]