Do you know what the colors in the rainbow flag stands for?

The rainbow flag that has turned out to be a worldwide icon of hope for LGBTQ individuals around the world, first flew in San Francisco bay area's United Nations Plaza for Gay Pride Day, on June 25, 1978. It had eight colors -- two more than today's version -- and was created by Gilbert Baker,... Continue Reading →

Jews in Dayton cautioned to keep away from the KKK rally

The representative of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Dayton called on the Jewish public to avoid a Ku Klux Klan rally arranged for Saturday in the Ohio metropolis. Rabbi Ari Ballaban mentioned in a statement issued previously this week that a counter gathering planned to take place right next to the Honorable Sacred Knights,... Continue Reading →

Can you believe that Russian documents reveal the desire to sow racial discord — and violence — in the U.S.?

Russians who were connected to interference into the 2016 U.S. election discussed ambitious intends to stoke unrest as well as violence within the U.S. as recently as 2018, based on documents reviewed by NBC News. The documents — communications between associates of Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Kremlin-linked oligarch indicted by special counsel Robert Mueller for previous... Continue Reading →

Did the Supreme Court rule in favor of Native American Rights in Wyoming Hunting Case

The U.S. Supreme Court declared in favor of Native American civil rights in a 5-4 decision in a case out of Wyoming. Justice Neil Gorsuch, the individual Westerner on the court, delivered the conclusive vote in this case, displaying himself again to be thoughtful to Native American constitutional rights. The court believed that hunting rights for the... Continue Reading →

What does Buddhism say about karma?

In Buddhism, karma comes from Sanskrit: "action, work") drives saṃsāra – the infinite pattern of agony and rebirth for every being. Good, skilfull deeds (Pāli: kusala) and evil, unskilful deeds (Pāli: akusala) produce "seeds" in the unconscious receptacle (ālaya) that mature later either in this life or perhaps in a subsequent rebirth. The presence of... Continue Reading →

Fight Draconian Anti-Abortion Laws

Anti-abortion activists and legislators appear to be against Roe v. Wade, and they are getting close to eliminating this case. All-male legislators in Alabama Senate voted to highlight this draconian abortion ban, without exceptions for rape or incest. The governor of this state is republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey. Ivey signs the bill. This bill... Continue Reading →

Does Trumps new immigration plan sway Republicans from not addressing DACA?

The White House is planning to discharge a broad outline of recommended immigration reforms targeted at unifying congressional Republicans about the concern, following weeks of conversations between senior adviser Jared Kushner and a lot of conservative teams. However, the proposition is short of trustworthy information and omits discourse on the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood... Continue Reading →

Cartoon misrepresenting Ann Frank

Frank died at 15 in the Nazi concentration camp in Bergen-Belsen in 1945 United Kingdom military liberated it. The posthumous syndication of the young Jewish girl's diary, which in turn shed light on life under Nazi occupation, presented her as a significant figure through the Holocaust. Frank's face was in fact then positioned above the... Continue Reading →

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