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SHUT UP AND DRIVE!

YAAASSSS!! Women across Saudi Arabia now have the chance to legally drive a car. A longstanding policy that has become a global symbol of the oppression towards women in the ultra conservative kingdom.

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SLAVE REGISTER OPEN TO ALL

The descendants of South American slaves in the Netherlands are being given new insight into the lives of their ancestors. Slave registers in the former Dutch colony of Suriname are published online, and it is shedding light on a dark chapter in Dutch history.

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WHAT DID WE LEARN FROM THE TRAGIC DEATH OF XXXTENTACION

Monday evening, june 18th, XXXTENTACION was brutally murdered at the age of 20. The internet erupted. The youth was stanning for him and was even calling him the 2pac of the new generation. Others were condemning him for his questionable past. What we do know is that nobody deserves to be shot and killed at the age of 20, but what can we learn from XXXTENTACION death and the immense internet reaction that followed? 

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ISSA RAE TALKS ABOUT NEW SHOW HIM OR HER

Issa Rae has been winning the game for some time now. Her show Insecure speaks on dating while black and the many problems people of color face in any kind of environment. Also, it is just 20+ minutes of fun! Soonish, the superstar is dropping two new shows, a black 90210-esque drama called Sweet Life and Him or Her, which focuses on dating life of a bisexual black man. Of course people had opinions

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Forget the bitcoin, the AKoin will be the next best thing to look out for

So upon watching Black Panther this year, if you haven’t seen the movie SHAME SHAME, naah just kidding, but we advise you to do so. Anyway back to the story, did you for a slight moment think…..but what if this could be real. Akon must have thought so either and with the help of the Senegalese president Akon is about to give Wakanda some life.

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10.000 people marched in remembrance of Marielle Franco

On Wednesday March 14th politician Marielle Franco was gunned down along with her chauffeur.

Marielle Franco was a hero in her country Brazil. A symbol for the fight against racism, sexism, homophobia and even police terror. Always standing up for equal rights. In fact, hours before she got murdered she was speaking on an event about the position of black women.

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