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A review of Conspiracy on Cato Street: A Tale of Liberty and Revolution in Regency London, Vic Gatrell (Cambridge University Press, 2022), £25 On the night of 23 February 1820, 25 impoverished craftsmen assembled in an obscure stable in Cato Street, London, with a plan to massacre the whole British cabinet as they enjoyed their […]

Assistant Professor Jocelyn Anderson was recently elected Treasurer for the International Association of Forensic Nurses (IAFN) leadership board. Her newly elected position, which began on Jan. 1, is effective through January 2025 and encompasses  working with association staff who handle the day-to-day financial operations for the organization, reviewing annual budgets, approving expenses, and assisting in […]

This story comes from our partner, 90.5 WESA. On a small patch of green on Pittsburgh’s North Side stands a little tree with some big ideas behind it. The black gum — leafless in winter, and about 10 . . .

SC/15172 Despite Organ’s Stalled Action on Non-Proliferation Threats, Protracted Conflicts, Progress in Colombia Shows Peace, Reconciliation Possible As the Security Council fully resumed in-person meetings, the invasion of Ukraine at the start of the year by the Russian Federation — a permanent, veto-wielding member of the Council — plunged the 15-nation organ into a fractious […]

On a small patch of green on Pittsburgh’s North Side stands a little tree with some big ideas behind it. The black gum — leafless in winter, and about 10 feet tall — is located on the southern edge of Community College of Allegheny County’s main campus, on a little bluff overlooking Route 65 and […]

In 1922, Marcus Garvey’s Black Star Line was a throughline from the U.S. to the African continent, connecting members of the diaspora through the transport of goods, with the ultimate goal of transporting people back and forth one day as well – before being thwarted by federal agents. 100 years later, The Black Star Line […]

No concert, music video or award show performance is complete without a crew of skilled dancers.  It’s the iconic choreographers, who bring that vision centerstage. In honor of International Choreographer’s Day, we compiled a list of a few of our favorite

No concert, music video or award show performance is complete without a crew of skilled dancers.  It’s the iconic choreographers, who bring that vision centerstage. In honor of International Choreographer’s Day, we compiled a list of a few of our favorite

This week featuring: U.S. executes first known transgender woman Indonesia’s “anti-LGBT” city The Black Eyed Peas’ NYE show of support in Poland ✉️ You can receive our LGBTQ+ International roundup every week directly in your inbox. Subscribe here. TW: This content may address topics and include references to violence that some may find distressing. 🇺🇸 […]

The Emancipation Statue symbolizing the breaking of the chains of slavery at the moment of emancipation is shown on November 16, 2021 in Bridgetown, Barbados. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption Joe Raedle/Getty Images The Emancipation Statue symbolizing the breaking of the chains of slavery at the moment of emancipation is shown on November […]


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