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Black Lives Matter Confronted Counter-Protestors And What Happened Next Is Breaking The Internet


Black Lives Matter: ‘No More Walls!’ As a group of protesters representing the Black Lives Matter movement marched in Dallas, another group arguing that All Lives Matter were counter-protesting at the same time. When the two groups met, instead of shouting, or hate, or anger, or fear, there were, instead, embraces. “It’s time for us to… Continue Reading →

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What the world needs now

First of all, I am a sucker for Broadway musicals and those Burt Bacharch horn charts are sublime. I am also a fan of people pulling together for a cause, so this whole thing is hitting my sweet spot:

If these people were asking for kidneys, they’d have both of mine already. In order to honor the victims of the attacks at a gay nightclub in Orlando last week, some of Broadway’s biggest stars came together to record a version of the classic song “What the World Needs Now Is Love.” The single can be purchased at for $1.99, and all proceeds go to the GLBT Community Center of Central Florida. The impressive vocal cast, brought together by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, includes Sara Bareilles, Kristen Bell, Wayne Brody, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gloria Estefan, Fran Drescher, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Whoopi Goldberg, Sean Hayes, Nathan Lane, Idina Menzel, Jessie Mueller, Audra McDonald, Carole King, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Rosie Perez, Bernadette Peters, and more. See all of their adorable faces in a video from the recording session above.

Rutgers students react to Obama’s speech: ‘It was legendary’

Obama at Rutgers

PISCATAWAY — As President Obama left the stage following his convocation address at Rutgers University, he stopped to embrace Rutgers student government President Matt Panconi, standing with other honorees as a representative of the graduating class. But many graduates leaving High Point Solutions Stadium–as they paused to hug, pose for pictures and rejoice, said the felt… Continue Reading →

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