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'ARE WE THE BLACKS WE THOUGHT WE WERE: Emergence Of 'Black Hispanics and Fade of the One-Drop Ru

Are we the Blacks we thought we were? Are Black Hispanics a valid name for mixed bloods ? Racial nomenclatures pose a question. Last was the reflective 'Who or What Is the American Negro'. Now,...

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Big IS Beautiful This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.

Size 14 is the average of women across the country, so why is it impossible for me as a size 14 to go throughout the day without getting some kind of disparaging remark about my weight? I have been...

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In defense of "that's so gay" This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.

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What's So Bad About the Mormons?

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The Right to Judge

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According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle, renowned scientist and geneticist James Watson recently left his post as chancellor of the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory after receiving...

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