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    The New Face of Black Feminine Beauty Since the early 1900s, Black women have had a fascination with their hair. More explicitly, they have had a fascination with straightening their hair. The need to be accepted by the majority class has caused them to do so. Though the image of straight hair as being better than coarse hair still hasn’t left the Black community, there has been a surge of non straight hairstyles since the nineteen sixties. Wearing more natural hairstyles, which ironically enough

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    The new faces of HIV/AIDS: Our Children

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    In the Land of Poz The new faces of HIV/AIDS: Our Children The condition known as leprosy was very well known in ancient history. Usually because of the fear associated with the disease and ignorance of the disease most societies were quick to label anyone with leprosy as an outcast. In fact, Jewish religion and law classified anyone who exhibited the symptoms of leprosy as “unclean.” In addition to having an ailment, which could be quite uncomfortable at times, people with leprosy had to suffer

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    The New Republic and the Issues It Faces The New Republic is a weekly British political journal that focuses quite a bit on the internal workings of the US government and issues dealing with foreign policy and issues outside of this country. The New Republic is very broad with its political orientation, but tends to be more liberal with some conservative tendencies. The United States edition is published from Washington DC. The major pieces of information I gathered about the New Republic (TNR)

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    Challenges Facing AIDS Activism in America

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    that adequate health care was provided for PWAs. But now it seems that the fight against AIDS is right back where it began. Homosexuals no longer account for the highest rate of new HIV/AIDS infections, and as a result, the urgency of their political activism has subsided. The population in which the vast majority of new HIV/AIDS infections occurs is the poor minority population, a highly stigmatized sector of American society. Once again, the AIDS epidemic is receiving zero national attention because

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    to him. Then Marv makes it his life mission to find, torture, maim, and kill everyone that had to do anything with it. After Marv’s story concludes, you are introduced to Dwight (Clive Owen), another murderous mad man. Dwight is a murderer with a new face and is tryi...

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    Women, Sport & Film

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    Women, Sport & Film In some ways, women today face more pressure to be perfect than ever before in history. The feminine ideal of the past has been replaced by a new face — stronger and more independent, but under no less pressure to conform to society's expectations than her predecessors. Today's woman must be all that she was in the past, and more. In addition to being beautiful, feminine, and demure, she must also be physically fit and academically and socially successful. It is no longer

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    MoveOn and the New Front of Grassroots Activism This election year, a new style of grassroots activism has risen up to a very strong position. When the two owners of computer software company Berkeley Systems (made famous for the After Dark flying toaster screensaver and the popular game You Don’t Know Jack) decided to sell their company for $14 million dollars, they were unaware of what their future held. In 1998, during the impeachment of former President Bill Clinton, Wes Boyd and Joan Blades

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    professionals, quickly became part of the national vocabulary. Consequently, spending on prescription drugs has increased significantly over the past several years as consumers are enticed to seek advertised medications (HealthBizNews.com, 2001). This new face of drug marketing has sparked a raging debate about the accompanying e... ... middle of paper ... ...e of drug advertising?" Business Week. May 22, 2000. p52. Melillo, Wendy. "Direct-to-Consumer Drug Advertising Under Fire Senate to Determine

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    The World Trade Center

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    first billionaire in America. David Rockefeller’s inspiration was to rejuvenate the face of Manhattan. The Lower part of the island was the oldest area in town and had not seen any of the growth that hit the midtown and uptown areas. Prior to his work on the World Trade Center, David had done this by creating the Chase Manhattan Bank Tower. Its 60 stories were completed in 1961 in the financial district and gave a new face to the skyline over lower Manhattan. David had begun planning and pushing for

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    AIDS

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    the new face of Aids, the hospitals do not know how to treat the patients and the cites have a huge financial burden. The new face of AIDS is very hard for many small towns to understand. Jamestown, in northwest New York State, is the newest town in which one man, who was infected himself, succeed in infecting many teenagers with AIDS one at a time. According to officials, more than ten young women in Jamestown and surrounding villages had tested positive for the AIDS virus. “This new face of AIDS

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