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But in large cities with diverse populations and fast-changing lives, caste-based discrimination had waned across the nation and all but disappeared in many of the large cities. However in the 1990s, it made a comeback through the ...
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And the slogan used was “All rise,” something that is said in courtrooms when the judge enters. Asked where the “All rise” slogan came from, Aaron said, “It just showed up one day. I had no part of that. I got a job to do on the field, ...
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In his groundbreaking book Somebodies and Nobodies, Robert Fuller identified a form of domination that everyone has experienced but few dare to protest: rankism, abuse of the power inherent in rank to exploit and humiliate someone of lower ...
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The Black Student Workbooks are designed to get students thinking critically about the text they read and provide a guided study format to facilitate in improved learning and retention.
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After the great success of his autobiography, Paddle Your Own Canoe, Offerman offers up another hilarious book focusing on the lives of those who inspire him.
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A mix of amusing anecdotes, opinionated lessons and rants, sprinkled with offbeat gaiety, Paddle Your Own Canoe will not only tickle readers pink but may also rouse them to put down their smart phones, study a few sycamore leaves, and maybe ...
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The book includes a foreword by Tom Campbell, former Member of Congress from California (1989-1993; 1995-2001).
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This book takes readers behind the scenes of the woodshop, both inspiring and teaching them to make their own projects and besotting them with the infectious spirit behind the shop and its complement of dusty wood-elves.
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There is little doubt that the Yankees’ Aaron Judge has enormous talent—think Ruth, DiMaggio, Mantle, and Jeter—and could become a baseball great in his own right. This is his story.
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"Today, only twenty percent of Americans are wed by age twenty-nine, compared to nearly sixty percent in 1960.