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Three Ways to Improve Technology-Assisted Learning — Bright

Three Ways to Improve Technology-Assisted Learning – Bright

Ellen DeGeneres Speculates Caitlyn Jenner Didn’t Dance With Her On Show Because ‘I’m A Lesbian’ - http://imkpop.com/ellen-degeneres-speculates-caitlyn-jenner-didnt-dance-with-her-on-show-because-im-a-lesbian/

Caitlyn Jenner, gay marriage, and the Halloween costume: Respectable trans narrative emerges.

For some of us, there can be a pretty fundamental disconnect between our activist souls (this is unacceptable! I must do something!) and our socially anxious psychologies, which make us deeply afraid of talking to strangers or having unexpected socia

How To Protest If You're Socially Anxious

The Women's March on Washington has spread to 57 countries around the globe - Vox

Kemal Tahir, Piraye and Nazim Hikmet at Cankırı Prison

Kemal Tahir, Piraye and Nazim Hikmet at Cankırı Prison

*BR'ER RABBIT, UNCLE REMUS ~ Song of the South. Racist? Disney thinks so. And that's why it has forbidden the theatrical re-release of its classic film Song of the South since 1986. But is the film racist? Are its themes, its characters, even its music so abominable that Disney has done us a favor by burying the movie in its infamous Vault, where the Company claims it will remain for all time? Disney historian Jim Korkis does not think so!

Jim Korkis provides inside stories in Who’s Afraid of the Song of the South? And Other Forbidden Disney Stories , in the style of his earl.

NPR's Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR

Obama Perfectly Diagnoses How The Media Handed Trump The Keys To The White House

I think my kids are better off with a little benign neglect. That kind of intense optics on your kid isn’t necessarily beneficial.  - Louise Firestone, General Counsel, LVMH Inc.

I think my kids are better off with a little benign neglect. That kind of intense optics on your kid isn’t necessarily beneficial. - Louise Firestone, General Counsel, LVMH Inc.

Microaggressions against LGBTQ people. People are people, and language matters.

19 LGBT Microaggressions You Hear On A Daily Basis

Inspired by this photography project about racial microaggressions, Kevin Nadal, associate professor of psychology at CUNY’s John Jay College, asked some of his friends to share the microaggressions they’ve experienced as members of the LGBT community.

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