How the LGBTQ community is still fighting for rights years after Stonewall | Just the FAQs

How the LGBTQ community is still fighting for rights years after Stonewall | Just the FAQs

Gay rights have come a long way in the U.S. But the LGBTQ community still faces threats in the form of legislation, discrimination and even violence. We have the FAQs. According to the FBI, 8,828 hate crime victims were reported in 2017. About 16% of them were targeted based on sexual orientation, a more than […]

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Celebrating Pride Month with the #PROUDINMYCALVINS Community | CALVIN KLEIN

Pride to me is being unapologetically me. It’s a time of year to celebrate who you are and being proud of it. Walking out of the shadows and into the light. Always with the smile, never letting anything or anyone define me. For me it probably means not allowing anyone else’s insecurities or negativity or […]

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How Did Jesus Prepare Himself for the Passover? Lessons in Spiritual Self Examination

How Did Jesus Prepare Himself for the Passover? Lessons in Spiritual Self Examination

The title for this afternoon’s message would be preparation for Passover which kind of mentioned a little bit earlier and the way I’d like to take a look at it is to take a look at how Christ who is our Passover prepared himself so it’s preparing for the Passover and we’re going to look […]

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Natsuri animatic – It’s not like I like you or anything (cover by melo and maguro)

Natsuri animatic – It’s not like I like you or anything (cover by melo and maguro)

Natsuki: Ah~, I~, Ah~, Ah~, I~, Ah~ Natsuki: A Do Bado , Do Boo , Do Boo~ Bab Bam Bi Dum! Natsuki & Yuri: A Ah~, I~, Ah~, Ah~, I~, Ah~ Yuri: Hey That´s Pretty Good! Natsuki: HUH!? No One Asked You! Yuri: I’ve Got Myself Just A Little Bit Of Love That I Wanna […]

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Dating in the LGBTQ+ Community | ZULA ChickChats | EP 74

Dating in the LGBTQ+ Community | ZULA ChickChats | EP 74

I was like, “If you wanna bring me home, it’s gonna cost you.” As in, cost you a lot of time, effort; not money! Sorry! I was, like, what?! Hi! I’m Andrea. I’m Gabby. I’m Alex. Hi, I’m Leah, and this is Zula ChickChats! So, hi guys! Welcome to this episode of Zula ChickChats. And […]

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Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Fight against illicit trafficking of Cultural Property in Lebanon

Our antiquities define our identity One we pride ourselves on Sadly these antiquities are facing great dangers They’re being unearthed stolen looted smuggled and trafficked Antiquities and their values cannot be priced Our heritage is not for sale

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Spillin’ The Tea: Racism in Drag Fandom & Cultural Appropriation vs. Appreciation | Billboard

Spillin’ The Tea: Racism in Drag Fandom & Cultural Appropriation vs. Appreciation | Billboard

(upbeat dance music) – Hey loves, I’m Miss Peppermint, And I’m here with some of my fierce, fabulous friends for Billboard’s Spillin’ the Tea, and today we are gonna talk about race and drag. – Dun dun dun. – Dun dun dun. (Miss Peppermint laughs) Bob and June you tweeted that no black queens except […]

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Pride and Prejudice Part 1: Crash Course Literature #411

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course Literature and it is a truth universally acknowledged that a video series about world literature must be in want of a Jane Austen episode. / So here it is. Today, we’ll be discussing Pride and Prejudice, Austen’s Regency-era novel of life, liberty and bonnets. The book was […]

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Mining literature for deeper meanings – Amy E. Harter

Mining literature for deeper meanings – Amy E. Harter

Translator: Andrea McDonough Reviewer: Jessica Ruby We often hear that studying literature involves finding a deeper meaning to a text. When writing about literary works, we’re expected to mentally dive below the surface in order to come back up with big ideas. But you may find yourself looking at the flat page of a book, […]

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