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A new generation of activists led the charge against Christophe Girard, a former deputy mayor of Paris and supporter of the pedophile writer Gabriel Matzneff.
The reality show shaped not only TV but celebrity, beauty and entrepreneurship.
Although the initiative is meant to encourage major changes, the best-picture qualifications aren’t as strict as they may seem.
“Money: The True Story of a Made-Up Thing,” by Jacob Goldstein, is a conversational account of currency — an abstraction propped up by group faith.
The men are accused of civil disorder, in the latest move by the federal authorities to target those they say are bent on causing violence.
Some saw hypocrisy. I saw the looming return of annoying beauty standards for women.
The false idea of Black people as irresponsible, erratic and dangerous is not new.
If the protests are to translate into laws, contributions for politicians from law enforcement must become toxic rather than coveted.
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