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The BeyHive Vs. Beyonce
After endless days and hours of anticipation (and speculation), the BeyHive has reached its breaking point after YET ANOTHER WEEK without a new Beyonce album (or mention of a new album or release date or album art or even a teaser clip) which, at this point, might not even exist.
Hit the flip for a look into the hilarious BeyHive breakdowns.
Black-Owned Academy In Georgia Helps Gifted Children
Claire Anderson founded AGA in 2012 after recognizing that her son, Caleb, was extremely advanced for his age. The former school teacher taught her child sign language and how to read at the age of eight months —and by 18 months, he was in the first grade at the now closed Shreiner Elementary. Fast forward to the present and Caleb is a 7-year-old fifth grader with an IQ of more than 140.
Atlanta Gifted Academy distinguishes itself from other schools with an impressive curriculum, one that offers a ‘personalized learning plan’ for every student, matching their abilities, strengths and interests. Students are taught in S.T.E.M, learn Spanish and Mandarin and also have access to music lessons among other services not available at many traditional…
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No JUSTICE! No PEACE!
SOLIDARITY is Our most Potent Weapon….
From: Harvard Dining Hall workers Unite-Here local 26, Shop-steward committee
To: Duke student-worker occupiers
Your initiative in demanding an end to racist worker abuse and promoting workers’ justice at Duke has inspired the workers and student supporters here at Harvard. We at Harvard have been struggling to stop injustices on campus, from making healthcare unaffordable to respect on the job. Your struggle is felt on campuses throughout this country.
What you are doing is right. Your tactics in demanding justice for workers to be heard is the right thing to do. Your actions are defining who is the Duke community; the workers, students and faculty make everything happen at Duke. It is the effort of this entire community that makes the university what it is. It is also this community that strives to make it better. Your brilliant demand that workers be at the negotiating table reflects this reality and shows respect…
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