Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nostalgic Tensions

I find it interesting that 50 years after most of the pinnacle moments of the civil rights movement in American history are on the brink of destruction because of events such as the shooting of Mike Brown in Ferguson, MO.

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From ‘The Cosby Show’ Glory Days To Ferguson: Where’s The Promised Progress?

Originally posted on The Urban Daily:
Justin Heiman, Getty Images The promise of equality and systemic racial subjugation.  To protect and serve and be part of a narrative that shows the exact opposite of an unsettling, painful past. The Cliff Huxtable…

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Very insightful article by a distinguished woman and Presiding Elder of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Grapefruit Juice May Be As Effective as Diabetes Drugs

Originally posted on TIME:
A new mice study suggests that grapefruit juice might be just as effective as the type 2 diabetes drug, metformin, at lowering blood glucose. The research, which was funded by the California Grapefruit Growers Cooperative, was…

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Thousands Take Part in Spanish Anti-Abortion Rally

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UK’s First ‘Poo Bus’ Rides on Human Waste Fuel

Originally posted on TIME:
Talk about a gas guzzler: a new bus in Britain runs on biomethane fuel produced by humans sewage and food waste. The Bio-Bus—or as it’s more affectionately known, “the poo bus”—can travel up to 186 miles…

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Liberia Lifts Ebola State of Emergency

Originally posted on TIME:
The President of Liberia said she would not extend a state of emergency on Thursday, amid encouraging signs that the spread of the deadly Ebola virus there has slowed. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s announcement effectively lifts…

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