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US Newspapers Break Decades of Tradition With Trump Opposition
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Meet Maya Harris, Hillary Clinton's Progressive Link

The civil-rights attorney and public-policy advocate Maya Harris, pictured on the left, is one of Hillary Clinton's senior advisers in the 2016 Presidential campaign. Credit PHOTOGRAPH BY BRIAN SNYDER / REUTERS In mid-September, while Hillary ... New Yorker, 1 month ago
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'Moonlight' named best film by Los Angeles critics' group

Mahershala Ali (from left), Naomie Harris and Trevante Rhodes star in 'Moonlight,' which was named best film by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Ali was named best supporting actor.(Photo: Robert Hanashiro, USA TODAY) Moonlight is enjoying ...
 USA Today3 days ago Moonlight wins big at LAFCA  Sunday World Ireland2 days ago
NDTV

Blog: The Rise Of Kamala Harris - And Why Indian Link Is Not An Advantage

On the night of November 8th, Hillary Clinton lost her bid to become the first female President of the United States, but another woman did make history: 52-year-old Kamala Harris became the second African American woman to be elected to the United ...
 NDTV2 weeks ago Indian-American makes it to the US Senate  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Kamala Harris wins in California, creates history: first Indian American in US Senate  The American Bazaar4 weeks ago Kamala Harris poised to be first Indian American Senator  The Hindu1 month ago
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After London, Emma Watson leaves free feminist books in New York subway, and the timing couldn't have been better

Emma Watson left Maya Angelou books on the New York subway. Last week Emma Watson left signed copies of Maya Angelou's Mom & Me & Mom in the London Underground making the rest of the world jealous. The Harry Potter star is back with more free books, ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Emma Watson Leaves Books For New York Subway Riders to Find  Adweek Online3 weeks ago Emma Watson hides 100 copies of Maya Angelou's book in London Underground stations  Indian Express1 month ago Emma Watson left Maya Angelou books in the London subway...  Los Angeles Times1 month ago
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Why nuns are silent about sexual abuse within the Catholic church in India: It's never taken seriously

By Maya Palit "If it comes out, it will be like a tsunami," the nun Manju Kulapuram said , earlier this year, about the rampant sexual abuse of women by the men of the Catholic church in India. Evidently, Kulapuram was onto something —and it's ...
 Firstpost.com2 weeks ago

9 Things You Must Know About Kamala Harris, Who Has The Potential To Be The Next US President

It is said that Indian-origin California Attorney General Kamala Harris has the potential to be the next US president. She made history by becoming the state's first new US senator in 24 years. She has openly denounced Trumpism and has promised to ...
 Indiatimes3 weeks ago
UPI

Emma Watson combats post-election sadness by leaving Maya Angelou books on the subway in NYC

NEW YORK, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- The day after the election, Emma Watson, famous for her role as revolutionary witch Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter franchise, left copies of Maya Angelou's books scattered throughout the subway in New York City and ...
 UPI3 weeks ago BakerHostetler Post-Election Analysis: The Revolution is Upon Us  JD Supra3 weeks ago Emma Watson hides Angelou books in NYC subway  Shenzhen Daily3 weeks ago Emma Watson fights election results in a surprising way  AOL.com3 weeks ago
NBCNews.com

Kamala Harris — First Wоman President? Meet Thе New Califоrnia Senatоr Whо Cоuld Bе Thе Next Obama

Kamala Devi Harris, California 's 52-year-old, six-year attorney general, won a seat in thе United States Senate in Tuesday's election, trouncing fellow Democrat Loretta Sanchez with 63 percent оf thе vote. Thе victory makes Harris thе second ...
 NewspaperPost3 weeks ago Kamala Harris — First Woman President? Meet The New California Senator Who Could Be The Next Obama  Inquisitr3 weeks ago Meet Kamala Harris, the Second Black Woman Elected to the U.S. Senate  NBCNews.com4 weeks ago How Kamala Harris turned U.S. Senate contest into a cakewalk  San Francisco Chronicle.com1 month ago
Outlook India

Kamala leads Indian-American women as they own US election

Kamala Harris Indian-American women politicians are making a mark in this year’s general elections in the US with Democrat Kamala Harris all set to be elected as the first Senator from the community. This is seen as a direct effect of Ms Clinton, 69, the ...
 Asian Age4 weeks ago Indian-American Women Making Mark In 2016 General Elections  Outlook India4 weeks ago Elected Indian-Americans create history, spark celebrations  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Banner Year For Indian-Americans In National Politics  News India Times4 weeks ago
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EBEBEHAMBELE umcimbi wosonkondlo eThekwini. Kusuka ngakwesokunxele uJahRose Jafta, Fikile Molefe , Maya the Poetry, Gcina Mhlophe noMathabo Kunene, ongunkosikazi wengqalabutho kasonkondlo ongasekho emhlabeni okhunjulwayo kuleli sonto, uSolwazi ...
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