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We need change in sports broadcasting

It happened during a high school rugby game in Australia on the damp, dew-soaked grass of a cold Saturday morning. I attended an unusual public school that was focused on the arts, where we took drama, dance and music classes as a part of our curriculum. We didn’t even make…
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August 24, 2020
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Georifters Launches September 18 for Switch

by William D'Angelo , posted on 23 August 2020 / 617 ViewsPublisher Leoful and developer Busy Toaster Games announced Georifters will launch for the Nintendo Switch via the eShop in North America, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Hong Kong on September 18 for $29.99. View a trailer of the game…
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August 24, 2020
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The Lazy Liberalism of Instagram Slideshows

If you logged onto Instagram in the days that immediately followed the murder of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, you might have found the platform to be unrecognizable. Rather than the typical array of photos, you likely encountered an eruption of highly stylized content…
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August 19, 2020
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The Real Hero of Project Power Isn’t Jamie Foxx

If you went into Project Power knowing you were going to learn something about the pistol shrimp, then you must've known something the rest of us didn't. The film follows ex-soldier Art (Jamie Foxx) as he teams up with teenage dealer Robin (Dominique Fishback) and local cop Frank (Joseph Gordon-Levitt)…
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August 18, 2020
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A Novel Way to Fund a Green Economy

The government has been pretty kind to fossil fuel companies these last few months. Recent disclosures from the Federal Reserve’s secondary bond-buying program show that it has now bought $17 billion worth of ExxonMobil debt and $28.5 million from Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline. Private…
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August 14, 2020
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55. The Polaroid Revolutionary Workers Movement

Valerie Macon/AFP via Getty Images When two employees at Polaroid discovered their company's technology was being used by the South African government to help enforce apartheid, they protested and called for an international boycott of their employer until it withdrew from that country. It was one of the first anti-apartheid…
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August 13, 2020
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42. The Widow Clicquot

Crystal Cox/Business Insider More than two hundred years ago in Napoleonic France, the business world was walled off to women, and champagne was a luxury reserved for the ruling class. So then how did a young widow take over her husband's struggling wine business and turn champagne into an international…
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August 13, 2020
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The Pioneering Morality of Raven Leilani’s Luster

Edie, the 23-year-old resident of a mouse-infested Bushwick walkup and the narrator of Raven Leilani’s debut novel Luster, has an editorial position at a children’s book publisher until she loses it by sleeping with one too many of her colleagues. Like Meursault, the protagonist in Camus’s The Stranger, she seems…
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August 11, 2020