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Whatever she wore, by Tiya Miles (Random House). This powerful story of women and slavery revolves around a 19th-century cotton bag found at a flea market in 2007, now on display at the Smithsonian. A slave woman named Rose gave it to her daughter Ashley when it was sold and …

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George Will discovers the “yellow peril”

Friday the Washington post published a column by George Will titled “Efforts of Civilized Nations to deter Russia and China Begin to Stack,” praising the efforts of the Biden administration to mobilize the world imperialist powers behind US efforts to dominate Russia and China. Will praised the decision of Boris …

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Dogs saved from deadly flood in Europe

Residents of Liège, Belgium rescue dogs from deep flood waters Video shows people in Belgium rescuing a pair of dogs that were trapped in floodwaters that devastated Western Europe and killed nearly 200 people. Credit: Sheikh Hussein Karm via Storyful Amid the devastating and deadly floodwaters in Western Europe, residents …

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