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Comentário espontâneo de Jorge Terra (procurador do estado e presidente da Comissão Sobre a Verdade da Escravidão Negra da Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil.)

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Piss off? Annoy? Shit on? Why Macron’s use of the French swear word ‘emmerder’ is so hard to translate | The Conversation

He said what? Frederic Legrand – COMEO/Shutterstock You can only properly translate French scatological swear words if you consider who is using them. In this case, the most powerful person in France. When French president Emmanuel Macron vowed to “emmerder” … Continue reading

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As a former officer, I’m horrified by England and Wales’s Police Bill – Richard Ecclestone | Open Democracy

Protesters gather in London to protest the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, 8 December 2021 | SOPA Images Limited / Alamy Stock Photo   The bill could spell the end of policing by consent – and force police leaders … Continue reading

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French and American React to French vs English TikTok Compilation!!

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Arranquen vinyes – La Maria | useless-catalanfacts

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A plant called justice… | Mona Caron and Reveracidade

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Female Bolivian Skateboarders Shred in Traditional Dress | Kottke

Brazilian photographer Luisa Dörr travelled to Bolivia and photographed the members of ImillaSkate, a group of Aymara and Quechua women who skateboard, often in traditional cholita clothing. From a slideshow of photos by Dörr in El Pais (translated from Spanish by … Continue reading

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This Forgotten Ecosystem Holds Twice as Much Carbon as Forests

As more of the world’s forests are destroyed, it makes you wonder: what’s going to absorb CO2 in their place?! In an ironic twist of fate, one of Earth’s “deadest” habitats might be our best hope for an ongoing supply … Continue reading

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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The responsibility of being a feminist icon – 100 Women, BBC World Service

For many, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie became famous when her Ted Talk, ‘We should all be feminists’ was featured in Beyonce’s song Flawless, but her books have been translated into over 30 languages around the world. Subscribe – https://www.youtube.com/bbcworldservice In an … Continue reading

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Amanda Gorman on her rise to fame: “It felt like I was kind of shot out of a cannon”

Bestselling author and poet Amanda Gorman is releasing her third book of the year, “Call Us What We Carry.” In an exclusive interview with “CBS Mornings” co-host Gayle King, Gorman reveals what the past year has truly been like for … Continue reading

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