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7 Things You Might Not Realize Are Cultural Appropriation That Are. If you’re looking for a hard line on what constitutes cultural appropriation what does not, I unfortunately don’t have the answers you seek.

7 Things You Might Not Realize Are Cultural Appropriation That Are

When we look at examples of cultural appropriation, there comes a point where lines get blurry. Cultural appreciation and cultural exchange are vital parts of any culture. Site policy agreement. The ISIS breakers: How moderate Muslims are countering extremism. Mohammed Zorgui is decked out in sweatpants, a teal Portugal soccer jersey, and a crisp New York Yankees cap.

The ISIS breakers: How moderate Muslims are countering extremism

As he works the crowd in a smoked-filled cafe in Kasserine, Tunisia, he looks more American East Coast rapper than the Middle Eastern jihadist he once pledged to be – more Jay Z than Islamic State warrior. Yet a jihadist sympathizer he once was. Islamic extremists slowly converted Mr. Zorgui to their cause while he was serving time in prison. He found their daily religious messages soothing and their revolutionary rhetoric beguiling. Zorgui quickly jettisoned his extremist comrades. Today, two years removed from that jarring experience, the jihadist-turned-rapper has devoted himself to trying to counter militants’ efforts to recruit young Muslims by the only way he knows how – “dropping rhymes.”

Forget Libya, Iraq, or even Syria. Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Recipe : Michael Symon. Colin Kaepernick and the Question of Who Gets to Be Called a ‘Patriot’ The Real Reason White People Say 'All Lives Matter' Why “Black” Makes Us Uncomfortable Dear fellow white people, let’s have an honest talk about why we say “All Lives Matter.”

The Real Reason White People Say 'All Lives Matter'

First of all, notice that no one was saying “All Lives Matter” before people started saying “Black Lives Matter.” So “All Lives Matter” is a response to “Black Lives Matter.” Apparently, something about the statement “Black Lives Matter” makes us uncomfortable. White people are more likely to deal drugs, but black people are more likely to get arrested for it. Here's a pretty astonishing chart on the skyrocketing number of arrests of black Americans for nonviolent drug crimes.

White people are more likely to deal drugs, but black people are more likely to get arrested for it

Brookings' Jonathan Rothwell lays it out: Arrest data show a striking trend: arrests of blacks have fallen for violent and property crimes, but soared for drug related crimes. As of 2011, drug crimes comprised 14 percent of all arrests and a miscellaneous category that includes “drug paraphernalia” possession comprised an additional 31 percent of all arrests. Just 6 percent and 14 percent of arrests were for violent and property crimes, respectively. Even more surprising is what gets left out of the chart: Blacks are far more likely to be arrested for selling or possessing drugs than whites, even though whites use drugs at the same rate.

Whites were about 45 percent more likely than blacks to sell drugs in 1980, according to an analysis of the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth by economist Robert Fairlie. Patrick T. Edsurge. Create online charts & infographics. Start with a Question. Having It All Kinda Sucks.

Only women would sign up for this much crap.

Having It All Kinda Sucks

Okay first, allow me to check my privilege so you don't have to: I am a white woman with a college education. I am married. Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS. Inside a storefront Chinese restaurant in upstate New York, neon light from a multicolored window sign glowed on the face of an extremist plotting mass murder.

Right-Wing Extremists Are a Bigger Threat to America Than ISIS

He had been seeking backing for his attack and, at this small establishment in Scotia, was meeting with a man who had agreed to take part in his scheme to build a radiation device, a weapon of mass destruction that would slowly and painfully kill anyone who walked near it. “Everything with respiration would be dead by morning,’’ the man who devised the attack told his confederate in tortured English. “How much sweeter could there be than a big stack of smelly bodies?” But there would be no attack. The purported accomplice at Ming’s Flavor restaurant in June 2012 was an FBI informant, and the discussion had been recorded.

Try Newsweek for only $1.25 per week. ­Elizabeth Warren: One Way to Rebuild Our Institutions. Photo WASHINGTON — WHILE presidential candidates from both parties feverishly pitch their legislative agendas, voters should also consider what presidents can do without Congress.

­Elizabeth Warren: One Way to Rebuild Our Institutions

Agency rules, executive actions and decisions about how vigorously to enforce certain laws will have an impact on every American, without a single new bill introduced in Congress. The Obama administration has a substantial track record on agency rules and executive actions. It has used these tools to protect retirement savings, expand overtime pay, prohibit discrimination against L.G.B.T. employees who work for the government and federal contractors, and rein in carbon pollution.

These accomplishments matter. Whether the next president will build on them, or reverse them, is a central issue in the 2016 election. I just released a report examining 20 of the worst federal enforcement failures in 2015. These enforcement failures demean our principles. Enforcement isn’t about big government or small government. Reading, Writing, and Researching for History: A Guide for College Students. 5.b.

Reading, Writing, and Researching for History: A Guide for College Students

The Three Parts of a History Paper I. THE INTRODUCTION: The introduction is usually one paragraph, or perhaps two in a paper of eight pages or more. Its purpose is to: (1) set out the problem to be discussed; (2) define key terms that will be used in that discussion; (3) outline the structure of the argument; (4) CLEARLY STATE THE THESIS.

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Mankind The Story of All of Us Episode Guide - Episode Guide

This is an age of innovation, transformation and mass production. People believe that "Anything, everything, is possible. " Japan goes from feudal society to industrial superpower within 50 years. Curriculum Mapper.

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