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Charlottesville Synagogue President Recounts What Happened as Nazi Rally Marched By

Alan Zimmerman, president of Congregation Beth Israel in Charlottesville, described what happened as an assemblage of Nazis and white supremacists marched past their synagogue.

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Our Favorite 12-Year-Old Cartoonist Had the Perfect Response to Trump and Charlottesville

While I find myself in heated arguments with many adults about the events in Charlottesville, my favorite take on the matter was created by a brilliant pre-teen. Out of the mouth (and pen) of babes comes wisdom and truth.

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Speaking of Racist Icons That Need to Go, Here’s Adam Ruins Everything On How Everything You Learned About Christopher Columbus Was a Lie

Tuesday's episode of Adam Ruins Everything tackled Christopher Columbus, who somehow still has a holiday despite being a big murderous fraud who didn't understand math and thought the Earth was "shaped like a ball with a breastlike protuberance."

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St. Vincent’s Feature Debut Is a Woman-Led Picture of Dorian Gray

Oscar Wilde's 1890 novel Picture of Dorian Gray is returning to the big screen with a big twist: the iconic title character who falls into a hedonistic lifestyle will be a woman.

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Queering the NFL: Why Queer Characters Need Strong Allies Against Toxic Masculinity

It’s difficult enough to have a profession that ensures you remain closeted, but creating a queer character who doesn’t know anyone like them is extremely harmful.

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Orphan Black Science Recap: “To Right the Wrongs of Many”

The Final Trip, The Final Science Recap

Welcome to our Orphan Black science recaps, where Casey, a graduate student in genetics and developmental biology, and Nina, a professional science communicator, examine the science in each episode of OB and talk you through it in (mostly) easy-to-digest terms.

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The Internet Had the Best Responses to Trump’s “Both Sides” White Supremacy Defense

Yesterday, Donald Trump attempted to use his late condemnation of white supremacy as a shield against criticism while he blamed "both sides" for violence and death that resulted from white supremacists. His statements drew criticism from the media—generally noting that he'd gone back to his Saturday "many sides" position that everyone but white supremacists found unacceptable—as well as politicians, but leave it to the internet to truly rake him over the coals.

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Good Riddance: Baltimore Doesn’t Spare Time Removing Confederate Monuments

"It's done. They needed to come down. My concern is for the safety and security of our people. We moved as quickly as we could," said mayor Catherine Pugh to The Baltimore Sun.

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Where Is the Money I Was Promised for Attending All of These Protests?

Please find my invoice attached.

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Texas’ Anti-Transgender “Bathroom Bill” Dies as Lawmakers Spout Same Hateful Rhetoric About “Sexual Predators”

Texas' "bathroom bill" has died, as Texas lawmakers closed their special session without passing it.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Recreates His Childhood Dance Moves to Weird Al Yankovic’s “Isle Thing”

The HamiltonMoana, and Mary Poppins Returns star shared a home video of his 11-year-old self dancing to Weird Al Yankovic's "Isle Thing."

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President Obama Shows Donald Trump How It’s Done With Most-Liked Tweet Ever

Can't wait for Trump to have a press conference to lie about this.

Donald Trump's Twitter habit tends to hog a lot of the spotlight, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's helping him all that much—or that he's even very good at it. Now, in the wake of violence caused by white supremacists in Charlottesville, Virginia, President Barack Obama has deftly beaten him at his own game, whether we're talking about Twitter or actually being president.

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Darren Aronofsky Shares New Trailer for Mother!, and We’re Still Not Quite Sure What’s Going On

So, yeah. There's a new trailer for mother!, Darren Aronofsky's newest project. We've ... not quite figured out exactly what the movie's supposed to be about yet, and while many folks have certainly made some intriguing guesses, the jury's still out on what it will be.

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What the Hell Did I Just Watch?

No, really. What was that?

Trump doubled down on his comments that "many sides" are to blame for Charlottesville violence in a racist-as-hell press conference.

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Move Over, Babymetal: Indonesian All-Girl Metal Band Voice Of Baceprot Is Here to Rock

OK, let me just get this out of the way. I loooove me some Babymetal, and Doki Doki Morning makes my heart sing. However, when I saw the young badasses above doing their thing, I thought to myself, These girls are bringing their metal game hard.

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Things We Saw Today: The 13th Doctor Grapples With Life as a Woman in This Hilarious Animated Short

In this ingenious animated sketch from Leigh Lehav, Jodie Whitaker's 13th Doctor quickly learns what it's like to be a woman.

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UVA Alumnus Sasheer Zamata Reflects on Charlottesville: “The Confederacy Didn’t Win and Neither Will They”

In an Instagram slide show, Zamata writes both fondly and candidly about her years at UVA.

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Brie Larson Urges Fellow White People to Check Out Crowdsourced “Syllabus for White People to Educate Themselves”

Brie Larson, our future Captain Marvel, is increasingly using her growing platform to try and do good in the world. Today, she retweeted a tweet from NY Times Magazine staff writer and host of the Still Processing podcast Jenna Wortham that contains a link to an amazing resource: the "Syllabus for White People to Educate Themselves."

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Yet Another Woman Steps Forward to Accuse Roman Polanski of Having Assaulted Her As a Minor

Many people would like to believe that instances of sexual assault are one-time offenses, but far too often they are indicative of a pattern of behavior. If you can do this to one person, it's likely you can do it to several people. This seems the case for director Roman Polanski.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Honest Trailer Tackles Han Brolo’s Space Dads

Screen Junkies is back with another honest trailer, and this one is about the musical, action-packed Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.  Wow, there is a lot of laughing in this movie.

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