When New Zealand was colonized in the 1800s, the ancient Māori practice of moko kauae—or sacred female facial tattooing—began to fade away. Now the art form is having a resurgence. Here's what it means
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The 49ers quarterback has spoken out on racial oppression in the US, and he could end up being harmed more severely than a LeBron James or Carmelo Anthony On 13 July at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles,
President Obama continues to stand up for women's issues in his last months in office, this time writing an essay in Glamour's September issue about feminism. In the moving piece, Obama touches upon how
"Being united is an ideal, not a plan." If you’re one of the people who still don’t “get” the Black Lives Matter movement, it might be worth it to watch a video going viral this week that provides a straightforward
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I'd never dated anyone who hadn't been on antidepressants, or spent time in a psychiatrist's office. That dark, brooding, introspective type: It draws me in. This article originally appeared on VICE Australia.
There are much more crafty, interesting ways to be provocative than by trolling victims of rape, or attacking Taylor Swift or Amber Rose. Art via thelifeofpablol.com I tried with Kanye West. And I know
(Reuters/Jonathan Ernst) The progressive favorite talks about the “dark underbelly” of “how America built a great middle class” Sophia Tesfaye September 28, 2015 8:52pm (UTC) Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth
The funniest thing I've read recently -- far more absurd that Donald Trump being the Republican frontrunner for president -- is that Germans have studied happiness and determined that having children hard.
July was the deadliest month of 2015 so far for killings by police after registering 118 fatalities, according to the Guardian’s ongoing investigation The Counted, which now projects that US law enforcement