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Internment, Immigrant Detention, and the Imagined Imperiled Whiteness of U.S. Citizenship
Society & Culture  (tags: racial tension, history, white supremacy, Japanese, Mexicans, others, immigration )

Dandelion
- 1 day ago - kcet.org
The immigration and citizenship laws that prevail in the 21st century United States as well as the enforcement of them reflect Eurocentric racial hierarchies and help create and reproduce a white majority nation.
What Does The Quran Really Say About A Muslim Woman's Hijab? - Samina Ali - TEDxUniversityofNevada   video
Society & Culture  (tags: women, Islam, hijab, history, Quran, Samina Ali, context, manipulation, interests, clerics, insertions, fatwas )

Evelyn
- 6 days ago - youtu.be
Samina Ali takes us on a journey back to Prophet Muhammad's time to reveal what the term "hijab" really means - & it's not the Muslim woman's veil! So what does "hijab" actually mean, if not the veil? How have fundamentalists conflated the term to deny
Ancient Pottery Presents a Reason to Like the Tax Man- But Don't Tell The Beatles
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, history, interesting, research, scientists, science )

Mitchell
- 7 days ago - npr.org
Ancient Pottery tells some of the tale of the Earth's constantly changing magnetic polarity.
12th Dead Sea Scrolls Cave Discovered in Israel
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery, history, israel, middle-east )

Glenn
- 13 days ago - foxnews.com
It might contain even more knowledge of ancient Israel.
The Lost City of Trellech: Buying a Field on a Hunch - Then Is Proved Spectacularly Right When He Digs It Up to Discover the Rem
Offbeat  (tags: Trellech, Monmouth, U.K., medieval, Normans, lords, land, history )

Scooby
- 49 days ago - dailymail.co.uk
A history fan who spent his £32,000 life savings buying a field because he believed there were secrets hidden below the soil has been proved right after unearthing a lost medieval city.
Huge Fire Ripped Through Titanic Before It Struck Iceberg Fresh Evidence Suggests
World  (tags: Titanic, sinking, fire, ice, criminal negligence, history, new evidence )

Dandelion
- 50 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
The official Titanic inquiry brande the sinking as an act of God. This is not a simple story of colliding with an iceberg and sinking. It is a perfect storm of extraordinary factors coming together: fire, ice and criminal negligence.
On This Day In History: Universal Declaration Of Human Rights Adopted âEUR" On Dec 10, 1948
Offbeat  (tags: history, world, humans, society )

Marty
- 73 days ago - messagetoeagle.com
The document was drafted by a committee headed by Eleanor Roosevelt, wife of the late U.S. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Among the committee members were Jacques Maritain (a famous Catholic philosopher) and Charles Malik
Were Neanderthals Religious?
Science & Tech  (tags: religion, archaeology, ancient, history, discovery )

Glenn
- 75 days ago - npr.org
Religion is as old as time.
Get Lost in These Entrancing Photos of Museum Specimens
Offbeat  (tags: wildlife, photos, art, history, museum )

AnnaAway
- 84 days ago - audubon.org
For a recent project, artist Ernest Goh took inspiration from naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace and the Malay Archipelago's rich faunal history.
I-Wonder: 15 Great Black Britons Who Made History
Offbeat  (tags: Great Black Britons, History )

Ray
- 99 days ago - bbc.co.uk
Pioneers and trailblazers, The story of black Britain is the story of Britain itself. For almost two millennia, black people have been born, lived and died here. Theirs is a story of political activism,
Learn About the People Certain Birds Are Named After
Offbeat  (tags: animals, wildlife, birds, history )

AnnaAway
- 111 days ago - audubon.org
There is no higher honor on Earth, in my opinion, than having a species named after you. Each individual human life is just a blip on the evolutionary timeline, and so somehow hitching your name to the common name of some living species means
How Democrats Killed Their Populist Soul
Business  (tags: liberals, Democrats, financial, history, Wright Patman, New Deal )

Dandelion
- 118 days ago - theatlantic.com
In 1974, young liberals did not perceive financial power as a threat, having grown up in a world where banks and big business were largely kept under control. This is one of those learning curve articles do not be put off by the title..
 

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