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Malala Yousafzai to Display Bloodstained School Uniform In Nobel Exhibit
jezebel
December 8, 2014

This Thursday, the Nobel Peace Center will open the tenth annual Nobel Peace Prize Exhibition. As per Malala's request, the exhibition will feature the school uniform she was wearing when a Taliban gunman shot her in the head.

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Lena Dunham Put A Good Woody Allen Burn In The 'Girls' Trailer
huffpo
December 8, 2014

Seems like old times in the new trailer for Season 4 of "Girls." Shoshanna has a new haircut and never really liked Marnie, Hannah and Adam are all kinds of confused, and Caroline calls Hannah "profoundly damaged.

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UVA Victim’s Roommate Pens Letter Supporting Her
NYMag
December 8, 2014

Another chapter in the messy Rolling Stone rape-story saga.

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UVA Victim’s Roommate Pens Letter Supporting Her
NYMag
December 8, 2014

Another chapter in the messy Rolling Stone rape-story saga.

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Rolling Stone, U.V.A., and Reporting on Rape
The New Yorker
December 8, 2014

By arguably violating journalistic ethics to respect their subject’s wishes, Rolling Stone let the alleged rapists remain as hidden as they would want to be.

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What the Eric Garner Grand Jury Didn’t See
The New Yorker
December 4, 2014

A central issue in cases like this is a failure to fully value black lives. That alone can be deadly. But we should also ask about a related problem.

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What Happens Next in the Eric Garner Case
NYMag
December 4, 2014

A federal civil-rights probe was just added to the list of legal proceedings.

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City earns top ranking on LGBT quality-of-life index
The Philadelphia Tribune
December 3, 2014

Philadelphia's LGBT outreach efforts, including those by the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau, have led to the city earning top marks in the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index.

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Losing the LGBT Community's Legislative Hero
huffington post
December 3, 2014

Congressman Waxman -- Vice Chair of the Congressional LGBT Equality Caucus -- is leaving the halls of the U.S. Capital having helped to save the lives of thousands of people with HIV and to make the entire country a much better place for LGBT people....

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The Economic Case for Supporting LGBT Rights
The Atlantic
December 3, 2014

Discriminatory laws hinder the size of the workforce, employees' mental health, and international tourism. How could they not impact a country's GDP?

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