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From:Travel Weekly (Vol. 72, Issue 33)BERLIN -- Germany's ever-hip, progressive and on-trend capital city, a magnet for artists, agitators and alternative thinkers since its bohemian interwar heyday of the 1920s, is ratcheting up its appeal to today's...Found in Gale In Context: Canada
From:Black Issues Book Review (Vol. 2, Issue 4)With Terry McMillan's third adaptation coming to HBO, other black novelists are embarking on the road to Hollywood Adapting novels to the big screen is not a new thing. Oscar Micheaux, one of the first black...Found in Gale In Context: Canada
From:Canada and the World Backgrounder (Vol. 62, Issue 1)It's been more than 30 years since the U.S. Congress, prodded by President Lyndon Johnson, passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to end legislated discrimination against blacks, but the battle against racism continues...Found in Gale In Context: Canada
From:History Today (Vol. 56, Issue 10)In the Iraq war a radical Muslim group claimed that they prefer to attack black American soldiers, because 'To have Negroes occupying us is a particular humiliation. Sometimes we aborted a mission because there were no...Found in Gale In Context: Canada
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