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"Tokyo Rose" - WW2 Traitor or Victim?

This is the story of "Tokyo Rose", a Japanese-American from LA who broadcast propaganda for the Japanese during WW2. Was she a traitor or a victim?Dr. Mark F...

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Wyoming Works to Pivot From Coal to Clean, Renewable Energy

As we shift away from fossil fuel energy, communities like Gillette, Wyoming, face a renewable reckoning.» Subscribe to NowThis: http://go.nowth.is/News_Subs...

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Combat Veteran Burns Uniform (Marine Reacts)

US Army Combat Veterans burns his uniform including his Purple Heart. See how the media thinks of the ???????? ????Combat Generation in this video - https://youtu....

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How I See the US After Living Abroad for 15 Years [CULTURE SHOCK]

How I see the US after living abroad as an expat for so many years - pros, cons, and reverse culture shock. What's your opinion on living in the US vs Europe...

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11 insider insults sailors say to each other - We Are The Mighty

Sailors have unique ways to get under each other's skin. A comment that may seem harmless to an outsider might be a jab to a shipmate. Just add the word "SHIPMATE" to the insult to take it to the next level. Consider yourself warned an…

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A Chapter In U.S. History Often Ignored: The Flight Of Runaway Slaves To Mexico

As the U.S. Treasury considers putting Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill to honor her role in the northbound underground railroad, there is new attention to the often-overlooked southbound route.

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'Black Moses' Lives On: How Marcus Garvey's Vision Still Resonates : Throughline

Decades before Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, Marcus Garvey attracted millions with a simple, uncompromising message: Black people deserved nothing less than everything, and if that couldn't happen in the United States, they should return to Af

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We used it to pray to the Almighty. Today colonizers use it in praise of the almighty dollar.

Tobacco was never used for recreation, only in ceremony. It was considered sacred and not for everyday use.Native Strength is the Native American centuries-...

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Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Beat Poet And Small Press Publisher, Dies At 101

In 1956, Ferlinghetti published the first edition of Allen Ginsberg's Howl. According to one critic, his greatest accomplishments were fighting censorship and starting a small press revolution.

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Woman Killed During Insurrection at Capitol Was From Ocean Beach San Diego

The woman who was shot and killed inside the U.S. Capitol Building on Wednesday was from Ocean Beach, according to local media who have had contact with her extended family. 35-year-old Ashli Eliza…

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Gaining Perspective While Waiting In Line to Cross the Border

By Geoff Page After a day long trip to Tijuana on Wednesday, I found a few emails my phone had not picked up because of where I was. One was from editordude asking if any of his band of merry prank…

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Josh from On Killing | #TBT | Cut

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I'VE OFTEN WONDERED WHY SOME CALL US SAVAGES

While there was some brutality in the Western Hemisphere, we never considered women to be property, fought wars over religion & converting others, or shunned...

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PHOTOS: The Essence Of Mary Ellen Mark, The Invisible Made Visible

Mary Ellen could see a story in the ordinary that another person might walk by and not even see.

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A history of US military ships, from the Revolutionary War to today

Using U.S. Navy archives, historical accounts, news reports, museum databases, and official records of individual ships, Stacker explores the most important, most advanced, and most successful ships in the long and storied history of the United States Nav

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A History of Mexico for Gringos

By Frank Gormlie Most gringos don’t know too much of the history of Mexico – our southern neighbor – even though Mexico is so much part of the culture of Southern California. U.S.…

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MY PERSONAL EXPERIENCE WITH PREJUDICE

I have personally experienced a bit of prejudice in my day. Native Strength is the Native American centuries-old traditional path to happiness, harmony, heal...

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A Liberal Town Built Around Confederate Generals Rethinks Its Identity

LEXINGTON, Va. — It’s a short drive in Lexington from a home on Confederate Circle past the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery and over to the Robert E. Lee Hotel, where locals like to stop for a drink. There may be tourists there looking for directi

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Confessions of a Former Bastard Cop

I was a police officer for nearly ten years and I was a bastard. We all were.

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May 5, 1970 Was the Most Violent Day Within the Country in American History

The day after the Kent State Massacre, Tuesday, May 5, was one of the most violent days in American history. It was the day when college and university students realized that four from their genera…

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A drive through 1940's Los Angeles!

A Drive Through Bunker Hill And Downtown Los Angeles Ca. 1940s

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Indie booksellers create community to survive the age of Amazon

The holiday season is the busiest time of year for many retailers, including the country's 2,500 independent bookstores, which, despite Amazon's growing dominance, are flourishing.

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Video: Bystanders Pull Carjacker From Vehicle, Beat Him, Hold Him Till Police Arrive

On July 13 bystanders pulled an alleged carjacker from a vehicle in City Heights, San Diego, then beat him and held him until police arrived.