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Community, Donald Trump, and Kanye: Kanye West denounced by the African American community for publicly supporting President Donald Trump (2018)

Kanye West denounced by the African American community for publicly supporting President Donald Trump (2018)

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Animals, Belgium, and Black History Month: <p>Black history month date 13: sculptor Augusta Savage.</p> <p>Augusta Savage was born near Jacksonville Florida on February 29, 1892 to a Baptist minister. She started her interest in sculpting when she was little, making small clay animals, however her father felt this violated the commandment not to create graven images and often punished her for it. Savage never gave up, and when she was in high school the principal encouraged her talent and allowed her to teach a clay modeling class. This began her lifelong commitment to teaching and art.</p> <p>Savage was successful in her growing sculpting career and education, but was turned down from a French sponsored summer art program despite having the best qualifications due to her race. This sparked an ongoing interest in equal rights.</p> <p>As knowledge of Savage’s talent and struggles became widespread in the African-American community, fund-raising parties were held in Harlem and Greenwich Village, and African-American women’s groups and teachers from Florida A&amp;M all sent her money for studies abroad. Later, with assistance as from the Julius Rosenwald Fund, Savage enrolled and attended the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, a leading Paris art school. In Paris, she studied with the sculptor Charles Despiau. She exhibited and won awards in two Salons and one Exposition. She toured France, Belgium, and Germany, researching sculpture in cathedrals and museums.</p>

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Anaconda, Andrew Bogut, and Click: The Relative Value of $100 Which State Offers The Biggest Bang For Your Buck? WA $96.34 VT $98.81 NH $95.06 MT $106.16 ND $109.29 ME $10299 OR $101.01 MN $102.46 ID $107.07 SD $113.64 $10707 MI $86.43 $103.95 $10627 IA $110.74 PA $101.83 NV $102.35 NE $110.38 он MA UT $103.09 IL IN $111.98 $99.30 $10941 $93.37 $88.97 CO $98.04 RI $101.32 CT $91.91 $11249VA KS $110.25 $111.86 MO $97.47 KY $112.74 NC $109.05 TN $110.86 Az $103.73 NM $105.26 OK $110.99 AR $114.29 SC $110.50 $87.34 DE $98.14 MD $90.66 DC $84.67 GA MS $113.90 $108.70 $115.34 TX $103.52 LA $109.41 AK $94.61 FL $100.91 HI $85.62 Notes: Numbers represent value of goods that $100 dollars can buy in each state compared to the national average. The Bureau of Economic Analysis has developed a methodology using Personal Consumption Expenditure and American Community Survey data to estimate average price levels in each state for household consumption, including rental housing costs. Data is as of 2014 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Price Parities. The Relative Value of $100 in Each State Less Valuable More Valuable TAX FOUNDATION @TaxFoundation <p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/149874222170/relative-value-of-100-by-us-state-1354x1181" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Relative value of $100 by U.S. state [1354x1181]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>

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Anaconda, Andrew Bogut, and Click: The Relative Value of $100 Which State Offers The Biggest Bang For Your Buck? WA $96.34 VT $98.81 NH $95.06 MT $106.16 ND $109.29 ME $10299 OR $101.01 MN $102.46 ID $107.07 SD $113.64 $10707 MI $86.43 $103.95 $10627 IA $110.74 PA $101.83 NV $102.35 NE $110.38 он MA UT $103.09 IL IN $111.98 $99.30 $10941 $93.37 $88.97 CO $98.04 RI $101.32 CT $91.91 $11249VA KS $110.25 $111.86 MO $97.47 KY $112.74 NC $109.05 TN $110.86 Az $103.73 NM $105.26 OK $110.99 AR $114.29 SC $110.50 $87.34 DE $98.14 MD $90.66 DC $84.67 GA MS $113.90 $108.70 $115.34 TX $103.52 LA $109.41 AK $94.61 FL $100.91 HI $85.62 Notes: Numbers represent value of goods that $100 dollars can buy in each state compared to the national average. The Bureau of Economic Analysis has developed a methodology using Personal Consumption Expenditure and American Community Survey data to estimate average price levels in each state for household consumption, including rental housing costs. Data is as of 2014 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis, Regional Price Parities. The Relative Value of $100 in Each State Less Valuable More Valuable TAX FOUNDATION @TaxFoundation <p><a href="http://land-of-maps.tumblr.com/post/149874222170/relative-value-of-100-by-us-state-1354x1181" class="tumblr_blog">land-of-maps</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Relative value of $100 by U.S. state [1354x1181]<br/><a href="http://landofmaps.com/">CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!</a></p></blockquote>

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