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Africa is a Country Sep 14
The most powerful currency today: Passport privilege remains an entirely unaddressed, unsustainable inequity, and the most consistently overlooked factor defining every immigration debate and "crisis" of movement and migration. -- .
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 18
It's impossible for a mountain gorilla to become intoxicated from eating bamboo.
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Abraham T. Zere Sep 18
I had this on September 18th for Index on Censorship too:
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Live Law Sep 14
As National Language Of India : Decoding The Myth Writes
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Smithsonian Magazine Sep 16
In 1961, it officially became illegal to give someone a tattoo in New York City. It wouldn’t be until 1997—36 years later—that the city would finally lift the ban.
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Africa is a Country Sep 18
Julie Dash’s ‘Daughters of the Dust,' first premiered in 1991, is making a comeback. Not least: Beyoncé’s visual album 'Lemonade' borrows liberally from Julie Dash's film and Arthur Jafa worked on both. Why is the film so influential?
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Tim Gollins Sep 18
- (me) i can't help feeling that I am witnessing a tipping point moment in our fields ( and ) .
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Itza Sep 12
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NatRecordsScot Sep 18
Join us for Glasgow Doors Open Day this Saturday at Kelvin Hall for a rare chance to view a photograph album from Upper Clyde Shipbuilders. And if you or someone you know worked at UCS, we'd love to hear from you for our memory engagement workshop!
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Dundee City Archives Sep 17
Today I thought I'd share this picture with you. This is our least viwewed picture - aww! Probably because we don't know where it was taken. So why not help it out and tell us where you think this might be - it might not be anywhere near .
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Kimberley Harsley Sep 18
When you've got IT issues... Again...
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PEN Eritrea Sep 13
: 18 years behind bars--without contacts with family members--and still counting. How many of them are still alive? Only the jailers know.
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Bobby.A 19h
Bobby Legend Heartbreak Hills Party. Might throw another party in the Hills with a different theme. And definitely getting security this time because it was 100+ ppl the first time & that's too stressful
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Ian Seabrook Sep 18
Hey, it's the 100,000th Nissan Primera built in the North of England!
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Jorge J Rodríguez V 16h
I apparently helped fund the 60th anniversary of the First Spanish Methodist Church. 🤷🏽‍♂️😂
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Glasgow Motorway Archive Sep 18
A stunning aerial image of the Clydeside Expressway & River Clyde from 1975 today. The roundabout was located at Ferry Road and was replaced in 2007 as part of the Glasgow Harbour development. What else has gone since then?
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Stef Dickers Sep 18
Super excited to be able to provide a home today for the of the Gay Self Defence Group! What a treasure trove! +
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Carol Hall Sep 12
S2 ‘everyone has shadows..the trick is to outrun them’...
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Amanda Stevens Sep 16
At the Royal . Hopefully will be freed from Tower later.
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Itza Sep 15
Digital flyers are cool, but paper flyers still rock. An ongoing thread for the Archivist Respond to Climate Change action a solidarity event for the Global on Sept 20. Flyer is in multiple languages, please share 📡
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