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    [unable to retrieve full-text content] Hike through Norway’s future library, currently in the form of baby trees Arts & Culture | Smithsonian fmsmnewsFMSMNews.com is a news aggregator and opinions blog. We aim to showcase news from various Alternative News Outlets to expand the reach away from MainStream Media polarizing tactics. This site is owned and […]

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    In late August, Hurricane Harvey made landfall on the southeast Texas coast bringing with it extreme winds and dropping more than four feet of rain across Houston and the surrounding area. The catastrophic flooding caused thousands to evacuate, including many state prisoners who were moved to drier and safer facilities elsewhere in the state. But the 3,000 men inside […]

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    In a 5-2 decision, the Arkansas Supreme Court has stopped the scheduled execution of Jack Greene, a severely mentally ill death row inmate. Greene was scheduled to be put to death on Thursday.  “Today’s order means that our client, Jack Greene, will have the opportunity to make the case that he should receive an independent hearing […]

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    “Being HIV positive, I’ve been called a lot of things,” starts saying one of the Chefs in the promotional video for June’s An HIV Eatery. “unloveable, shameful, reckless, stupid, junkie, untouchable, infectious,” other chefs continue, “but there is one thing I never thought I’d be called, ‘chef’.” sentences the promotional video that is looking to […]

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    Celebrities and civil rights groups are rallying around 30-year-old Philadelphia rapper Meek Mill, who was sentenced to two to four years in prison last week after a judge ruled that he’d violated the terms of his probation, which stemmed from charges related to an arrest for carrying a gun to a local grocery store when he was 18. […]

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    On Pete Souza’s Instagram, it’s almost as if Barack Obama is still president. The former chief official White House photographer, who shot up to 1,000 pictures a day over the eight years of the Obama administration, has plenty of material to share. Since January 20, he’s been going through his seemingly endless stream of images, […]

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    A pair of class-action lawsuits filed recently against the sheriff’s office in Cook County, Illinois, allege that the office has failed to protect female workers and female public defenders against frequent and egregious sexual harassment—by male inmates at the Cook County Jail in Chicago.  Inaction by Sheriff Thomas Dart has left the jail “an objectively abusive […]

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    Ed Note 11/16/2017: The Smithsonian Anthology of Hip-Hop and Rap Kickstarter campaign ended successfully with a total of $ 368,841 funded by nearly 3,000 backers. The original goal of $ 250,000 had been met eight days earlier. “We have shown how the world has fully embraced the importance of hip-hop to American culture,” said the museum’s director Lonnie Bunch. […]

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    There is one true constant in life and that is, everything that you can do, Selena can do better. Even though our beloved Tejano music queen left this plane of existence 22 years ago, the light that she left in this world will never go extinct. Her legacy will transcend many generations, inspiring a whole […]

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    At least 25 transgender people have been violently killed in 2017, more than during any other recorded year in the past decade, according to a new report from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC). The report notes that 84 percent of the victims were people of color and 80 percent identified as female. Trans women are four times more likely than cisgender women to […]

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    The opioid epidemic, which each year claims more lives than the entirety of American deaths in the Vietnam War, is also a growing financial burden. According to a new report from the White House Council of Economic Advisers, the epidemic cost the nation $ 504 billion in 2015—about 2.8 percent of the nation’s gross domestic […]