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Courtesy of Charlie Parks Uganda is considered one of the youngest nations in the world with over half of the population being children. With a population being rich in culture but poor in necessities, there are less than 300 dentists to serve a population of over 33 million. A staggering fact that leaves one dentist…

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There are a number of buildings and institutions in America named after highly-questionable people and reprobates. The J. Edgar Hoover FBI building in Washington, D.C., as an example, is still named after the racist, homophobic director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation who flagrantly trampled on the civil liberties of countless African Americans and other…

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These are the places where basketball is the absolute and undisputed king, where the b-ball tradition is undeniable. It’s the palce where there’s no other game in town and no other major professional franchise of worth within proximity. That partially explains how more of the youthful exuberance and liquor-fueled craziness is channeled into these basketball…

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Duke University’s economics department concluded a study which states that low-performing black students are unprepared for college entry and only close the GPA gap with their white counterparts by switching their majors to ‘easier’ disciplines. The study downplayed the number of whites who also changed their majors to non-math and non-science majors and – more…

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