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Fighting the power and speaking for the earth: The explosion of Native American hip-hop

<b>Still from Supaman's video "Why" (Supaman)</b><p>From the reservations to the big cities, a new generation of Native American hip-hop performers emerges<p>Alli Joseph<p>October 8, 2016 7:30pm (UTC)<p>“I see 20/20 … they pimp us for money. Revising our story, they’re televising ... Hey Diane Sawyer, I am a warrior, …

Rap & Hip-Hop

UN human rights watchdog orders Saudi Arabia to stop stoning children

The United Nations has called on Saudi Arabia to repeal laws that allow stoning, amputation, flogging and execution of children.<p>Children over 15 …

Third-party candidates and millennial voters on Slate’s Political Gabfest.

Popularity polls for the Democratic and Republican nominees are at an all-time low. But that doesn’t necessarily mean that the electorate is stuck …

Government

SAP's Jennifer Morgan's Leadership Lessons: Take Action For Gender Pay Equality

<b>A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Jennifer Morgan, President, SAP, North America</b><p>SAP has been on a journey to grow and innovate outside of its legacy on premise ERP business as it faces ever-increasing competition from Salesforce, a host of new …

For Kids, Learning Is Moving - Issue 40: Learning

When Jon was born prematurely at 26 weeks, he weighed around two pounds and had trouble breathing on his own. For two months he lived in an incubator …

IQ

'We have a moral obligation': advocates look to Obama as refugee crisis wears on

The US has announced a plan to expand its refugee intake – but as Obama prepares for a UN summit, activists fear it is too little, too late<p>Parted from his parents when he was four, David Acuoth fled war-torn Sudan by walking hundreds of miles, then spent a decade growing up in a refugee camp.<p>Today, …