Monthly Archives: June 2014

9th Wonder Tributes Bobby Womack With ‘Farewell To The Soul Man’

Originally posted on Into The Urban:
A few days ago the legendary Bobby Womack passed away. Veteran producer 9th Wonder is a big admirer of the 70 year old icon and decided to create a mixtape honouring the deceased artist.…

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Detroit begins cutting off water to 150,000 residents, prompting appeal to United Nations for help

Originally posted on Financial Post | Business:
Desperate calls for help from the United Nations aren’t just for war-torn and developing nations anymore. The city of Detroit — a city that has been on the brink in many ways — in…

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U.S.-Born Workers Are Now Half of America’s Latino Workforce

Originally posted on TIME:
U.S.-born workers for the first time in nearly two decades make up a majority of the country’s Latino workforce, according to the Pew Research Center. Pew’s analysis also revealed that U.S.-born Latinos have gained more jobs…

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View from The Mountain

The Mountain from TSO Photography on Vimeo. “This was filmed between 4th and 11th April 2011. I had the pleasure of visiting El Teide. Spain´s highest mountain @(3718m) is one of the best places in the world to photograph the … Continue reading

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Sao Paulo’s transit workers strike one week before World Cup

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Enter the neurodiversity paradigm…

Originally posted on Everything Matters: Beyond Meds:
On a Wave explores the more complex narrative of disability as it relates to Autism, and the problematic nature of representation, as well ableism, or value judgements which are complicated by social constructions…

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