The school-to-prison pipeline is getting worse for black and brown girls | Jaquira Daz

In the United States, latinx and black ladies are disproportionately penalized and attacked by school administrators for easy violations such as revealing feelings M ore than 20 years back, when I was a 12-year-old queer kid concerning terms with her sexuality, I escaped from house. It sought school had actually...
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Ocasio-Cortez Chews Up Conservative Writer’s Girl Scout Cookie Boycott

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) fired back at a conservative author who got in touch with individuals to boycott previous subscription in the company. collaboration with AOC Was A Girl Scout … Just Say No To The Cookies. ” socialist origins of International Women ’ s Day as she regreted how “...
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Ridiculously expensive gadgets for the filthy rich

The FTC has actually settled its very first case versus accuseds for incorrectly promoting weight-loss items with phony Amazon evaluations. Image: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The U.S. federal government is handling phony Amazon evaluations. On Tuesday, the Federal Trade Commission revealed that it had actually reached a settlement in the company’...
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MillerCoors sues Anheuser-Busch over corn syrup Super Bowl ad

New York (CNN Business)The maker of Miller Lite and Coors Light does not see the amusing side of Bud Light’s corn syrup Super Bowl advertisements. The Bud Light advertisements likewise upset the National Corn Growers Association , which tweeted after the Super Bowl:”America’s corn farmers are dissatisfied with you …...
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Japanese woman, 116, named world’s oldest living person

Kane Tanaka, born in 1903, identified by Guinness World Records A 116-year-old Japanese female who enjoys playing the parlor game Othello has actually been called the world’s earliest living individual by Guinness World Records. Kane Tanaka was identified in an event on Saturday at the assisted living home where she...
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4 Things That Have Helped Me Be Less Anxious Lately

1. Heading out more frequently to look for the sunshine It’ s insane how something we frequently consider given is among the important things that makes us feel much better and genuinely alive. The sun is coming out more frequently as spring is drawing nearer. It casts a momentary shadow...
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‘I thought it was just a cold at first’

Despite being early, the twins did not need any unique care. Not long after the birth they went house to join their older sibling Jamie, who is now 5. But in January 2018, when the twins were five-and-a-half weeks old, Stephanie observed that a cold they had actually both been...
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I Tried Intermittent Fasting For 10 Days & It Was Not At All What I Expected Betches

As I’m sure many of you can relate to, I did not enter January feeling the best I’ve ever felt about my body. Honestly, forget holiday weight gain—I hadn’t successfully lost weight since a stomach bug last May, and the whole thing was starting to feel hopeless. In 2019, I’d...
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New Zealand’s Mystery Giant Bird Had Tiny African Relatives

Until people got here 750 years earlier, New Zealand was a paradise for birds. Dealing with nearly no competitors or predation from mammals a few of them took a deeply eccentric turn. The adzebill progressed such an odd body that, centuries after it went extinct, ornithologists have actually struggled to...
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Netflix just came out with another great coming-of-age dramedy

Image: CARA HOWE/COMEDY CENTRAL 2019 is becoming some sort of funny killer. We’re losing some renowned programs this year. If, like me, you’re not prepared to grieve the loss of The CW’s underrated gems like Jane the Virgin and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend or performers like Broad City and Veep, I’ve got...
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