The Story of a Black Man Who Wanted to Ride to the Library

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The Story of a Black Man Who Wanted to Ride to the Library

Op-Ed: L.A.’s history of Latino-Black political conflict? It’s a curiously short tale Updated 11:21 pm, Tuesday, July 6, 2013 1. In the fall of 2011, when Barack Obama’s presidential campaign was just three months…

Pride SA’s LGBTI Rights Lawyer Lara Gudjohnsen-Schmidt

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Pride SA’s LGBTI Rights Lawyer Lara Gudjohnsen-Schmidt

Thousands march in South Africa’s 1st Pride since COVID-19 shutdown In Cape Town, South Africa, March 4, 2020. (Image: Facebook) South Africans were united on March 4 as they gathered at their beloved city’s…

The Arab-American Voters Are Going Strong

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The Arab-American Voters Are Going Strong

Saad Amer Mobilizes Voters With Celebrities and Instagram Filters The Arab-American voters are going strong because of the work done by some high profile public figures, who mobilize their followers with celebrity endorsements and…

Serena Williams wins US Open singles title

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Serena Williams wins US Open singles title

Carlos Alcaraz defeats Casper Ruud to win the US Open final US Open: Carlos Alcaraz defeats Casper Ruud to win the US Open final The 2018 US Open was one of the biggest tennis…

The “other” is a matter of degree, not of kind

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The “other” is a matter of degree, not of kind

Poll workers train for conflict: ‘A little nervous? I am.’ By the staff writers November 18, 2013 In October the Portland Press Herald ran a front-page article about the need for new and better…

The City of Quartz: A Metaphor for Los Angeles

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The City of Quartz: A Metaphor for Los Angeles

Mike Davis, ‘City of Quartz’ author who chronicled the forces that shaped L.A., dies at 73 This is an archived article that was published on sltrib.com in 2008, and information in the article may…