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?Black Panther? challenges limits on identity

?Black Panther? challenges limits on identityAs the new art of photography delighted Americans in the 19th century, Frederick Douglass seized hold of it as ?the revenant? of black culture. While Douglass may not have foreseen photography?s evolution into the blockbuster movie, he might approve of what the new Marvel superhero film ?Black Panther? does for black identity as well as women?s identity ? and even for the cool factor of science, technology, engineering, and math. Mothers and fathers across the racial spectrum report children excited to put their 3-D glasses on and feel the Dolby percussion as they?re transported to the good-versus-evil battles over the make-believe, high-tech nation of Wakanda.

Romney, like other Trump skeptics, makes nice ? for now

Romney, like other Trump skeptics, makes nice ? for nowPresident Trump?s enthusiastic endorsement tweet to Mitt Romney on his US Senate bid from Utah should come as no surprise. As much as Trump is a maverick, he needs establishment Republicans like Romney to vote for his agenda in Congress and keep a fractious GOP together.

In South Korea, a new Cinderella story is unfolding ? on ice

In South Korea, a new Cinderella story is unfolding ? on iceNow they?re the hottest ticket in Olympic curling ? the country girls who have seemingly come out of nowhere to become serious medal contenders. By Tuesday, they had bagged enough wins to secure one of the four slots in the semifinals ? becoming the first Korean women?s team to do so, and establishing themselves as serious medal contenders. ?A lot of people are saying that our curling team appeared suddenly.

In Tunis suburb, a revolutionary demand: jobs, not freedoms

In Tunis suburb, a revolutionary demand: jobs, not freedomsHere in Tunisia?s own ?Paris suburbs,? the unemployed, unrepresented, and unheard young men who led the Tunisian revolution have a message that is both simple and provocative. ?We don?t want freedoms, we want jobs,? says Yassin Ben, 24. In neighborhoods like this one at the edge of the capital, Tunis, the very same conditions that led to Tunisia?s 2011 revolution ? unemployment, marginalization, urban migration, and police harassment ? persist.

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