For centuries, men prevented women from writing music. These classical composers broke with social norms and made their mark on history.
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Western organizations have big, big plans for the penises of millions of African men. They are to be clipped, and in short order. In Tanzania alone there is a plan […]
His statue has stood outside the York Art Gallery for a century now, but most passersby don’t know the name of William Etty or the works that once made him […]
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Maybe it was a good thing that I was headed out of town the day Juan Williams got whacked by the NPR head honchos. Because it probably wouldn’t have taken […]
Please! Miss Serena Williams, you just a Tennis players! You can F-word yourself, like Tiger did it ( I am sorry to put you in the scale of Serena, but your profanity is the same as her!) You can not F-word the empire! Play by the rule and respect to your profession! Please! Foot fault is foot fault. Miss Serena Williams. WE AMERICA, THE HOME OF THE BRAVE, DOES NOT NEED THIS KIND OF TENNIS CHAMPION IN US OPEN! Shame!
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Only 3% of physics graduates and 2% of astronomy graduates are Black. That’s got to change. In the late 1990s, about 5% of the approximately 4000 bachelor’s degrees in physics per […]
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A fascinating new book tells the untold stories of two women, Jackie Cochran and Jerrie Cobb, who could have been first. On June 18, 1983, the Space Shuttle Challenger launched with […]
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When I was a teenager and music was still on cassettes, a mixtape was an act of love. In this episode, I'm putting together some of my favorite moments of 2019, strung together with minimal interruption from me.
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