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This article discussed how races, a category for human beings, is based on physical features such as skin pigmentation. It asserted that people are more similar than different because the development of physical features was a climatic adaptation.
The town of Big City, North Carolina, may not live up to its name, but it does have an interesting story surrounding it. Known for the fried chicken at Big City Café, the owner of the restaurant suffered some serious karmic retribution from the attitude shown toward an African American customer.
In protest of recent legislative changes, Moral Mondays were instituted as days of demonstrations and protests to stand up against the immoral treatment of various groups and populations.