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July 20, 2009

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taking time to read to your article is not waste of time for me. I learned..

Changes always happens along the way. It's a sign of things getting better.

On the 64th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, essayist Daniel Bruno Sanz has written a unique piece about the nuclear arms race and the Black experience on film:

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Thanks for the kind words. Check my post today. A nonprofit (magazine) news organization called the Texas Tribute is launching here. They hired away one of the Dallas Morning News' hottest writers. They also bought a newsletter that has been around 25 years. This model will be huge by this time next year.

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