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By Nexus Media, with Robert Bullard The environmental movement is divided into two. Large, well-funded, green groups mostly
Cop Uses Words, Not Bullets While Confronting Kids For Playing With Fake Gun
This Ohio police officer is being hailed for his split-second decision when confronting two boys who were holding a replica handgun.
President Trump Loves Stop-And-Frisk
The President spoke fondly of the controversial law enforcement tactic as he advocated its use on the streets of Chicago.
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Series Of Gas Explosions Destroy Dozens Of Homes In Massachusetts
By Philip Marcelo, AP
At least one teenager died and another 10 people were injured in the incident.
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Rest In Peace To The Former Dog Mayor Of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky
Lucy Lou served her community for eight years and even ran for U.S. president.
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7 Sweet (And Hilarious) Family Moments From Ken Jeong
Including the "inside jokes" he put in "The Hangover" during his wife's cancer battle.
The Healing History Of Two-Spirit, A Term That Gives LGBTQ Natives A Voice
By Rebecca Nagle, On Assignment For HuffPost
“In our community, there are a lot of us, but it’s an unspoken thing.”
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Why Pride Month Looks Different For Black Trans Women
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I am proud of who I am and the community I represent.
The Clever Way Donald Glover Appeals To Black And White Audiences Alike
What is it about Donald Glover that makes him so uniquely Donald Glover?
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Women Are The Hidden Victims Of Gun Violence
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Just like the problem is intersectional, so too are the solutions to strengthen and protect our communities.
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In Rural Areas Hit Hard By Opioids, A New Source Of Hope
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it wants to be a strong partner for rural communities in the grip of the opioid epidemic.
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CULTURE & ARTS
Alt-Right Furries Are Raging Online, And Leftist Furries Wonder What Is To Be Done
Like America at large, furry culture is a community divided.
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Patriarchy Has Found A Home In The Pulpit
Modern theology not only perpetuates the abuse of women, but it preserves toxic masculinity in the church.
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Trump Invoked In 20 Percent Of Hate Crimes Against South Asians, Middle Easterners, Report Says
Sixty-three percent of the women targeted wore a hijab or head scarves.
A School Needed 50 Men To Volunteer As 'Dads,' But Did Not Expect This
More than 600 people answered a call for local men to attend a “Breakfast with Dads,” an event to bring middle schoolers and “father figures” together for a meal.
‘Community’ Creator Dan Harmon Apologizes To Writer Megan Ganz For Treating Her Like Garbage
In a frank Twitter exchange that suggested a history of possible misconduct, Harmon expressed regret for abusing his position.
Obama Called On Some Famous Friends To Advocate For Equal Opportunity
Chance The Rapper and Steph Curry teamed up with Barack Obama to make a powerful new PSA for the former President’s charity.
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This Group Wants To 'Feed The Hood' To Steer Kids Away From The Streets
"The massive elephant in the room is we have all these hungry kids.”
Racism In Mississippi
In Oxford, Mississippi we spoke to Detra Gardner for HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour. She told us about the racism she encountered earlier that day.
Small Town Society
On HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour, longtime Oxford, Mississippi resident Ronzo Shapiro explains why he believes the town’s small size makes it a more inclusive community.
Ending Gang Violence
With homicides rising dramatically, one of the biggest challenges facing Little Rock is resurgent gang violence. Resident Kyle Clayton gave HuffPost his view on what can be done to help tackle the problem
This St. Louis Resident Is Optimistic About His City, Despite Its Troubles
The first stop on HuffPost’s “Listen To America” bus tour was St. Louis, Missouri. We learned how communities in "The Gateway to the West" have suffered and where change is needed.
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How White Nonprofits Benefit From Black Grief
I'm just a Black activist and organizer dedicated to true soci...
Moneyed nonprofits are ripe for corruption when their leadership is detached from the communities they serve.
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New York Police Union Decries 'Blue Racism' As If It Actually Exists
An NYPD union has released an astonishingly problematic new video, claiming that so-called “blue racism” exists and that it’s worse than actual racism.
Young Girl Helps Homeless Women | HuffPost Lifestyle
Khloe Thompson makes sure homeless women in Southern California are equipped with essentials like soap and toothpaste.
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