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  • Started by Toya A. Barnette
    ...itnessing the slow death of an old regime that has threatened black lives for 400 years. We all need a paradigm shift. I appreciate that this vehicle was birthed to engage, sow an...
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  • ...tion 1. Is more character-driven that plot driven 2 it's purpose is to provoke thought more than to entertain 3. It uses language not merely as a vehicle to tell the story, but as par...
  • ...in and hit him where it really hurts. To survey the area around our car when returning to a parking garage or lot. To peek into the backseat of a vehicle, making sure no one is lying...

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    ...as Al conveyed, he does not enjoy “pretty art” – nor does he view art as a “holy business.” Rather, he sees it as a tool for communication and a vehicle for self-expression. But one...

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  • ...i-social effect on populations and cultures around the world, increasingly pushing us into a man-made isolation. It's also unfortunately become a vehicle for hatred and conflict, thou...
  • ...Victorian travel writer, Isabella Bishop, who spent two years in Korea and nearby Asia at the end of the nineteenth century. This approach was a vehicle for looking at the tragic his...
  • ...be benefical to both parties without weakening the integrity of story. They would essentially become a spokesperson and their book could be their vehicle to promote their books and th...