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Among our nation's most famous pieces of poetry is that which underlies the song, "America the Beautiful".  On several occasions, it has been proposed to replace "The Star Spangled Banner" as our national anthem.  Its author was a young Wellesley College English professor named Katharine Lee Bates.Almost everbody in this nation knows the words.  Few know that ....

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As the Black Lives Matter movement grows across the country, the names of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and Freddie Gray have become well known. All died at the hands of local police, sparking waves of protest. During this time, far less attention has been paid to women who have been killed by law enforcement. Today, a vigil under the banner of Say Her Name is being organized in New York to remember them. We are joined by Kimberlé Crenshaw, professor of law at UCLA and Columbia…

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Critical-Theory.com. 5 Great Introductory Theory and Philosophy Lecture Series Freely Available Online

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His name is Antony Garrard Newton Flew. An English philosopher who debated with a fellow philosopher C.S. Lewis. For much of his life, he was adamant and stubborn in maintaining that there is no God. Decades ago, he was the Richard Dawkins of their time, championing and waving the banner of atheism. But all that changed when he got hold of the books written by Israeli scientist Dr. Gerald Schroeder. The science that Schroeder presented convinced professor Flew. He was a man that went with…

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"Three USC Dornsife Professors Named Finalists for 2011 SCIBA Book Awards" • The Book Awards presented by the Southern California Independent Booksellers Association recognize "incredible literary talent" from the region. (Our very own Deborah Harkness and Lois Banner are finalists!)

LGBT History: "America The Beautiful". Its author was a young Wellesley College English professor named Katharine Lee Bates. Almost everbody in this nation knows the words. Few know that she was a lesbian. This is her story.