"No longer wants his method of protest to detract from the positive change he believes has been created" is quite the gassy euphemism for dropping his protest now that it might hurt his paycheck. This guy must be the only liberal in America who's less eager to protest now that Trump is in office.
Based on McCraney's play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue and adapted for the screen by him and Jenkins, Moonlight unfolds over three chapters in the life of a young, gay black man growing up in a rough Miami neighborhood.
"Jazz stands for everything I respect from a human nature point of view — she's incredibly brave, intelligent, warm-hearted and creative," Tonner said.
She is the youngest person ever to be recognized in The Advocate Magazine's "Top Forty Under 40" annual list and was named as one of Time Magazine's Most Influential Teens for 2014 and 2015.
In conclusion: There were plenty of fascinating lessons to be had at the Women's March. I'm just not sure they were the ones the organizers intended.
A truth reinforced by the fact that ESPN didn't make any of their social media platforms available to Trump supporters, so they could share their videos and memories of Inauguration Day.
Just in case anyone needed reminding of why ESPN has lost over 9 million subscribers over the least three years…this is why.
The CU Engage program sends student missionaries to Colorado's K12 schools to spread the New Civics gospel: "By recruiting undergraduates to 'organize' K12 students from the third grade up in support of progressive causes, CU Engage's Public Achievement program creates a synergy of unpaid New Civics advocacy at the K12 and undergraduate levels."
What I think is really going on here is that anti-Israel activists at MLA complained to MLA that MLA had posted the audio on YouTube. MLA took down its own 2-hour video and now seeks to silence our reporting.
The article, which was originally titled "Leslie Jones Rips Simon & Schuster for Publishing Book by White Nationalist Troll Milo Yiannopoulos," was authored by NBC News staff writer Emma Margolin.
In addition to the article's title, the original version also included a passage that labeled MILO a "white nationalist troll."
Gender segregated co-work spaces are just the beginning. The swarm of liberal college students are going to try to transform the private sector the same way they changed higher education.
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