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  • ... is deeply sensitive to the circumstances of his people. " We lost our land and our money, women were raped and churches were burned. I ... begins with swirling lines in a circular motion, "which shows uninterrupted motion and energy which turns around something, like an ...
  • ... wound up as a billboard on Sunset Ave! The following week we staged a performance at Mindshare's space and she sold more than 5G's of ... them. It's paramount that we , as intelligent humans, remain curious and excited about our existence. It's Mindshare's aim to offer ...
  • Let's sift through your opinions, shall we ? [scald=34143:kl_image_original_context] That tiny little ... most voters are alright with allowing foie gras to remain in the marketplace un-banned, choosing the "people should be free to ...
  • ... oaths.</p> “No person in the classified service… shall be appointed or reduced or removed or in any way favored or ... with the Soviet Union. A pamphlet entitled “If We Remain Silent,” printed by the United Defense Committee of Public Employees ...
  • ... does not erase the moments lived through, even as we are eternally stupid or everlastingly optimistic, so ready to be inside, ... it is." It is all too exhausting and Serena's exhaustion shows in her playing; she is losing, a set and a game down. Yes, and finally ...
  • ... but in the very tangible monuments that one can still experience firsthand. Los Angeles and Orange Counties are home to many ... to gain official recognition are the Historic Central American Business District and Peru Village. Many enclaves came and went, ...
  • ... industry took on the role of recorder and reflector of the American way of life. The threat of war, then the outbreak of war itself, ... and mother lived under such a system, and that's why we were brought here...The did not come here to earn a living, they...left ...
  • Playwright Larissa FastHorse discusses the urban Native American experience and her upcoming production with Cornerstone Theater ... be this huge hunger for so many things. At the same time, we are all living, and working, and doing this play on this land that ...
  • ... shaped the lives of those like me born in that decade. But we never quite figured out how--and maybe we aren't meant to. ... for us is mostly jazzy shorthand for a dramatic time in American history that's been interpreted and re-interpreted by books, movies, ...
  • <p>This week in 1882, the Chinese Exclusion Act barred immigration from China. While this marked a significant point in U.S. history when a specific group was targeted in an exclusionary immigration law, it was not the first of its kind, nor was it the last.</p>

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