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The Yellow Vests and Why There Are So Many Street Protests in France | The New Yorker
Two truths hold: rage is ignored at its peril and must always be addressed, however irrational it may seem; and rage can never, in itself, constitute a politics. Those who bet that they can benefit from rage, or exploit it, eventually lose their bets, and sometimes their heads. It is vital, as the yellow vests symbolically remind us, that everyone in a nation is seen. But being seen is not the same as being saved. That takes the hard work of real reform.
france  protest  politics  europe  power  violence  attention  climate  climatechange 
6 weeks ago by allaboutgeorge
How to Have Your Dream Vacation in Iceland
But how could you begrudge someone the Iceland of their mind? How could you say that someone else’s desire is less real than your own, even if you live there?

We should all be asking ourselves what the Iceland of our minds is, and we should all be looking for ways to find it.
travel  iceland  europe  usa 
june 2017 by allaboutgeorge
Francis Fukuyama’s New History of Human Social Structures - NYTimes.com
“My argument is that the rule of law comes out of organized religion, and that democracy is a weird accident of history,” he said. “Parliaments in Europe had legal rights, and it was a complete historical accident that the English Parliament could fight a civil war and produce a constitutional settlement that became the basis of modern democracy.”
democracy  history  politics  power  europe  books  nonfiction  behavior 
march 2011 by allaboutgeorge
Tyler Brûlé, Media Maverick - BusinessWeek
"People are intrigued by how we manage to charge 50 percent more for subscriptions," he says. "Partly, the subscription gives people access to some Monocle extras, the website archive, and so on. But it is really based on the idea that people want to belong to something that says something about them. ... People will choose what denim they want to wear, and they will choose what newspaper they want to buy, and they want other people to be aware of that, too. Until an iPad is backlit, no one will have any idea that you read Der Spiegel or the Guardian or whatever."

To back this belief, Brûlé is planning a one-off newspaper in the summer full of essays and reportage, all printed on luxurious paper. "[...] Would you take an iPad to the beach? To the pool? No. It's too precious. You can leave your newspaper on your towel and no one will nick it. And the thing about good newsprint is that it actually gets more tactile with a bit of sun and moisture."
magazines  publishing  identity  ipad  newspapers  europe  media  marketing 
july 2010 by allaboutgeorge
Computerworld: Google leak points to imminent iMac, MacBook refresh
Stephen Baker, an analyst with retail research firm NPD Group, echoed those comments today. "I think we'll see a $799 MacBook and a $999 MacBook in the next few days," Baker said Monday. "I can't see how Apple wouldn't go there."

Apple's current low-end notebook is the white-cased MacBook, which lists for $999, and is slightly discounted online by others, such as Amazon, which sells the laptop for $978.

Apple frequently introduces new products or tweaked existing lines on Tuesdays, something that has fueled speculation that the company could unveil new iMac, Mac Mini and MacBook models as soon as tomorrow.
apple  macbook  computers  imac  google  marketing  europe 
october 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Thwarting Thieves by Disguising Your Laptop - NYTimes.com
A company in Spain has created a bag that might deter thefts of laptop computers. When it’s wrapped up in the pouch, the computer looks like the front page of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. Or El País, La Vanguardia, La Gazzetta dello Sport or other newspapers. After all, who’s going to steal a newspaper?
technology  fashion  computers  europe  business  journalism  newspapers 
september 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Flutes Offer Clues to Stone-Age Music - NYTimes.com
It so happens, as Dr. Conard and his co-authors, Susanne C. Münzel of Tubingen and Maria Malina of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences, noted, the Hohle Fels flute was uncovered in sediments a few feet away from the carved figurine of a busty, nude woman, also around 35,000 years old. The discovery was announced in May by Dr. Conard.

Was this evidence of happy hours after the hunt? Fertility rites or social bonding? The German archaeologists suggested that music in the Stone Age “could have contributed to the maintenance of larger social networks, and thereby perhaps have helped facilitate the demographic and territorial expansion of modern humans.”
music  ritual  history  europe  social  men  women  demography  leisure  archeology 
june 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Media has heaviest drinkers, poll finds | Media | The Guardian
Media workers are the heaviest drinking professionals in England, consuming the equivalent of more than four bottles of wine or more than 19 pints of beer a week, according to government research. People in the profession drink an average of 44 units a week, around double the recommended limit, a Department of Health survey finds. The NHS recommended maximum alcohol consumption for men is 21 to 28 units a week – three to four units a day. For women, the maximum is 14-21 units a week – two to three units a day.
alcohol  newspapers  journalism  media  drinking  beer  wine  television  radio  uk  europe  health 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Anne Applebaum - A Starbucks State of Mind - washingtonpost.com
In fact, with the opening of a Warsaw Starbucks, one might even say we have reached the end of a cycle. Born in Central Europe, where it embodied an ideal of luxury and a certain set of aspirations; landing in Seattle, where it came to embody a different kind of luxury and a different set of aspirations; now reimported to Central Europe, aesthetically transformed but essentially fulfilling the same function, the coffeehouse appears to have come full circle, at last.
coffee  beverages  marketing  europe  poland  starbucks  identity  education  business  corporations  globalization 
may 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Abroad - French Commercials - Aimed at the Heart More Than the Wallet - NYTimes.com
“That’s because we have always had a very unhealthy relationship to money. To us money implies corruption, and moreover, because we consider ourselves the inventors of freedom, never mind if that’s not true, we still consider advertising as a kind of manipulation. This explains why television commercials started so late here — essentially because leftist opposition saw ads as corrupting the soul.”
marketing  france  europe  identity  money  television 
february 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Twitter Not Loved In Europe - Forbes.com
If European CEOs think it is a waste of time to Tweet, it is arrogant and a wrong step in their company's strategy," he says. "Twitter is an efficient way to get closer to your clients."

Le Meur moved from France to San Francisco, where Twitter is based, to start Seesmic, which has been called the video version of Twitter. "I Tweet all day," Le Meur says. "The other day I was complaining [on Twitter] about the fact that Sprint, my cellphone company, didn't have the new Blackberry. Ten minutes later, Sprint replied. Twitter is like a free focus group; they can monitor what clients are saying in real time."
social  business  marketing  communication  corporations  twitter  europe  socialnetworking  video  sanfrancisco 
january 2009 by allaboutgeorge
Independent Minds - Andrew Keen - Trouble in Paris
In his latest book, Tribes, Seth Godin, a leading American marketing blogger, confesses to obsessively checking his email at 4.00 am while on holiday in Jamaica. “It took me a long time to figure out why I was so happy to be checking my email in the middle of the night,” he writes. “It had to do with passion. Other than sleeping, there was nothing I’d rather have been doing in that moment.” In Silicon Valley then, work is passion; in Europe, I suspect, passion at 4.00 am is something entirely different.
europe  culture  internet  social  usa  media  france  innovation  business  entrepreneurs 
december 2008 by allaboutgeorge
France. Sex. Problem? - NYTimes.com
“Prostitution is the last sexual territory owned by men. Men are in control of pleasure and have the right to buy it. Women do not. A lot of my friends are alone, lonely, divorced. They can’t always reinvent themselves with another man and a new family. So I decided to show a female client of a male escort. She’s not a victim. She is a woman who is in control of her life, her feelings, her sexual pleasure.”
gender  sex  culture  europe  film  society  movies  france  women  men  economics  marketing  books  happiness  feminism 
november 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Latin Returns From Dead in School Language Curriculums - NYTimes.com
"Goethe is better in German, Flaubert is better in French and Virgil is better in Latin. If you stick with it, the lollipop comes at the end when you get to read the original. In many cases, it’s what whets their appetite.”
latin  language  europe  education  writing 
october 2008 by allaboutgeorge
SPIEGEL ONLINE - Druckversion - The End of Arrogance: America Loses Its Dominant Economic Role - SPIEGEL ONLINE - News - International
"The new US president will only have been in office for a short time when a document titled 'Global Trends 2025' appears on his desk. The report is being prepared by analysts at the National Intelligence Council. Its chairman, Thomas Fingar, has already released a preview, and reading it will not exactly be enjoyable for proud American. 'Although the United States will remain the most important power, American dominance will be sharply reduced,' says Fingar. According to the preview of the report, the erosion of American supremacy will "accelerate in the areas of politics and economics, and possibly culture."
usa  toread  war  economics  power  politics  futurism  finance  realestate  stocks  europe  germany 
october 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Abroad - With Flemish Nationalism on the Rise, Belgium Teeters on the Edge - NYTimes.com
“In a global society, nations are less important. It’s a moral question. Does a culture have a right to stand up for itself? More than that: Do unity and nationhood take priority over one’s culture? That’s not just an issue for Belgians but everyone.”
language  europe  france  belgium  netherlands  culture 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
WNYC - Concerts from the Frick Collection: Harmonie Universelle (April 19, 2008)
"Comprised of musicians from both Europe and the Americas, Harmonie Universelle takes a fresh approach to the sound of 17th and 18th century music, described as 'simultaneously sensual and seductive, sensitive and homogeneous' by Diapason magazine."
classical  music  classicalmusic  nyc  europe 
august 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Jennifer Nix: Resurrecting Literature: Sustenance for the Progressive Soul
"When people ask me why I put photos in The Lazarus Project, I say it is in the hope President Bush would flip through my book. Its main character is not a pet goat, but there is a picture of boobs in it."
bush  literature  history  creativity  writing  fiction  public  social  chicago  war  europe  iraq  police 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Opinion - The Public Editor: Newspapers dying? Not if you take a global view - sacbee.com
"'Internet advertising revenues – not just newspapers online, but all Internet advertising – was up 32.45 percent over one year and 200 percent over five years,' the report said."
newspapers  media  journalism  business  corporations  world  europe  asia  japan  china  india 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The case against foreign language study | FP Passport
"In short, Obama shouldn't worry: Americans will start picking up foreign languages in larger numbers (think: Mandarin) when they really need to."
obama  spanish  language  china  education  usa  campaigns  elections  politics  europe 
july 2008 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | Europe | Paris 68: Revolution or charade?
"In politics, in academia, in the media, you have a well-oiled mechanism that promotes people who share the 1960s ethos."
1960s  academia  politics  media  france  identity  aesthetics  europe 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Berlin, the Big Canvas - NYTimes.com
It's nice to read this story since I've begun Paul Beatty's "Slumberland," which is set in 1980s/90s Berlin
cities  art  food  germany  europe  urban 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Bob Dylan says Barack Obama is 'changin' America - Times Online
"He's redefining what a politician is, so we'll have to see how things play out. Am I hopeful? Yes, I'm hopeful that things might change. Some things are going to have to."
dylan  europe  uk  politics  elections  campaigns  democrats  obama 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Is the Orient an invention? - Telegraph
"According to Said, a cluster of assumptions and commonly held beliefs (touching on everything from the spice trade to ideas of Oriental despotism, sensuality and splendour) dominate Western perceptions of the East."
theory  academia  middleeast  culture  europe  terrorism  september11 
june 2008 by allaboutgeorge
National Journal Magazine - Dream Paper
"The FT [...] vaguely assumes that you’re the kind of person who knows the difference between, say, Haruki Murakami (novelist) and Takashi Murakami (artist), but if you aren’t, that’s OK, too: Pull up a chair and learn.
media  newspapers  europe  uk  news  journalism  aesthetics  identity  art  writing 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Powell's Books - PowellsBooks.BLOG - Now You See Him: An Original Essay by Eli Gottlieb
"He didn't want to leave. He hung on as long as he could. Five years passed and he'd felt he'd just nicked the surface. When he did leave, he was terribly sorry to go, and he's never stopped thinking about it since."
rome  italy  travel  identity  writing  essay  europe  usa 
april 2008 by allaboutgeorge
The News Business: Out of Print: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
"[T]he news cultures of many European nations long ago embraced the notion of competing narratives for different political communities [...] It may not be entirely coincidental that these nations enjoy a level of political engagement that dwarfs [U.S.]"
journalism  media  newspapers  toread  europe  usa  internet  politics 
march 2008 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: The Vanishing Point
“My agency asked me to lose some muscle. I lost a little bit to help them, because I understand the designers are not looking for a male image anymore. They’re looking for some kind of androgyne.”
men  fashion  beauty  aesthetics  marketing  gender  europe 
february 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Mighty Brands in Action! -- World Economic Forum: Is "Brand USA" suffering? Perhaps not
"[...] US companies still account for 50% of the top 10 brands in China in terms of market recognition and loyalty, and in Italy the figure is only slightly lower."
china  usa  marketing  identity  business  corporations  capitalism  globalization  europe  asia 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
Britain Seeks Its Essence, and Finds Punch Lines
“I personally think it’s based on a misreading of the British character. Part of the attraction of Britain is the space it gives people to pursue their own agendas and identities.”
society  identity  government  culture  uk  europe 
january 2008 by allaboutgeorge
‘Ode to Joy,’ Followed by Chaos and Despair - New York Times
"I think my fellow Europeans should spare a thought for all those who cannot rejoice with us, all those who are forced to 'steal weeping away.'"
classical  classicalmusic  music  identity  europe  politics  germany  aesthetics  turkey 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Raise a glass and toast the remarkable Guinness family - Food & Drink - Features - Belfast Telegraph
"For, far being from high-born, the original Down Guinnesses were probably of the helot-class, virtual slaves whose lack of blood or connection meant that they were excluded from positions of wealth or influence in patrilineal Gaelic society."
beverages  alcohol  ireland  family  books  europe 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Where Boys Grow Up To Be Jihadis
“Terrorism is really a collective decision, not an individual one. It’s about kinship and friendship.”
iraq  islam  journalism  news  politics  psychology  religion  social  terrorism  violence  men  identity  africa  morocco  spain  war  middleeast  immigration  europe 
december 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Powell's Books - PowellsBooks.BLOG - Erik Davis - 33 1/3: Guilty Viking Pleasures
"The dark power of this music isn't nihilistic horror-show Satanism or gangsta thuggery — it is violence that is proud and noble, a source of cultural identity."
identity  music  songwriting  aesthetics  europe  psychology  rock 
november 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Ireland Learns to Adapt to a Population Growth Spurt - New York Times
“The benign outlook is that we have tackled our services and, like Switzerland or Luxembourg, we have great wealth and a great quality of life. The smaller countries can do it right.”
ireland  culture  immigration  europe  africa 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
In Cultural Haven, Cubans Need Not Choose Sides - New York Times
"Here, what’s important is your work, not your biography. In a city like Miami people want to know who you are, what you think, when you left. They want to know who they are talking to. Here, the outlines are fuzzier."
immigration  spain  europe  cuba  politics  music  culture 
august 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Humans Have Spread Globally, and Evolved Locally - New York Times
"[W]e know now there are enough genetic differences between people from different parts of the world that you can classify people in groups that correspond to popular notions of race."
evolution  race  racism  science  research  africa  african  asia  asian  europe  australia 
june 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Why Are They Greener Than We Are?
"My prediction is that if we have a change in America, it won't be driven by politicians or architects but by the developers [...] So I think the one group we associate most with greed and inefficiency, it will lead the way in the future."
architecture  environment  sustainable  europe  usa  design  land  government  green  realestate 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
A life out of the newsroom – and into the news | csmonitor.com
"On a wickedly cold Chicago day eight years ago, I walked to work, made my way through the newsroom cubicles, entered my editor's office, gave her three weeks' notice, and then sat down at my desk."
writing  work  jobs  europe  travel  chicago  asia  africa  identity 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Nicholas Eberstadt - America the Fertile - washingtonpost.com
"Whatever else may be said, if our American 'moment' passes or U.S. power in other ways declines in the coming decades, demographics is not likely to be the culprit."
sex  gender  religion  demography  usa  europe  russia  immigration  globalization  latinos  white 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Wizards in the Studio, Anonymous in the Street
"We have a certain ..." "... musical language, so to speak. You shouldn’t be afraid of that either. Even though it might remind you of something else you shouldn’t shy away from it. Because it’s our expression."
songwriting  aesthetics  identity  language  music  pop  rock  europe  nyc  creativity 
may 2007 by allaboutgeorge
CBC: Skinny mannequins on their way out in Spain
"We are aiming for a model of healthy beauty. There is a lot of pressure, not just from the fashion world but society in general, for women to seek models of beauty that are unreal and even unhealthy."
fashion  health  spain  europe  women  marketing  politics  society  beauty 
march 2007 by allaboutgeorge
Fado, the Portuguese soul music - International Herald Tribune
"You have to have a voice with texture, with scars, close to life. This is not the Virgin Mary singing. It's Mary Magdelene."
portugal  songwriting  aesthetics  identity  europe  music 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: Blossoms, Inc.
"We consume 10 million cut flowers per day in the United States. On a per capita basis, we still spend considerably less in a year on flowers than Europeans do -- $25.90 compared to, say, more than $70 in Norway or $100 in Switzerland."
flowers  marketing  farming  beauty  aesthetics  usa  europe  love  environment  books 
february 2007 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | Europe | Poles discover their Jewish roots
"When I looked into the mirror I asked myself: why should I be a Jew? It was the biggest shock of my life. It was really a huge blow. For most of my life I hated them. It was too much to take in at once."
judaism  identity  religion  europe  poland  family  history 
november 2006 by allaboutgeorge
BBC NEWS | Europe | Finland makes Latin the King
"The legend of Elvis Presley lives for ever, and it's of course very important to sing Elvis Presley's songs in the Latin language, because Latin is the eternal language."
language  finland  rock  europe  identity  france 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
Nerve: Lost in Translation, by Scott Mebus
"I need my greatest weapon, my tongue, or else I'm reduced to a savage. I make too many dumb mistakes in love to deny myself a chance to talk my way out of them. It's what I'm good at."
sex  language  identity  aesthetics  europe  germany  france  usa  men  women 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: "Turkish Novelist Wins Nobel Prize: Orhan Pamuk Explores How East Can Meet West" By Bob Thompson
"[...] I've accepted my body (much as I would have preferred to be more handsome and better built) and my gender (even though I still ask myself, naively, whether I might been better off had I been born a woman)."
turkey  europe  writing  fiction  nobel  novels  identity  cities  islam  men  women  gender 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
WaPo: After Machismo's Long Reign, Women Gain in Spain
"One thing that really awakens my rebellious streak is 20 centuries of one sex dominating the other. We talk of slavery, feudalism, exploitation -- but the most unjust domination is that of one-half of the human race over the other."
spain  europe  women  men  gender  politics  families  feminism  spanish  latinamerica  power  love 
october 2006 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: In the Netherlands, Life Runs on 2 Wheels (Sometimes 3)
“People have more free time, and more people are trying to keep healthy. And bicycling is a popular way of doing it.”
bicycling  netherlands  europe  health  exercise 
september 2006 by allaboutgeorge
The New Yorker: The World after 9/11
"We were attackable. And so our enemies lost their respect for all of our billions of dollars’ worth of hardware."
911  september11  terrorism  usa  europe  afghanistan  iraq  iran  lebanon  war  politics 
september 2006 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: 'Murder in Amsterdam,' by Ian Buruma
"Voltaire did not risk, with his every utterance, making a billion enemies who recognized his face and could, via the Internet, share information instantaneously with people who aspired to assassinate him."
books  islam  religion  europe  netherlands  atheism  philosophy  writing 
september 2006 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: A City of Many Pasts Embraces the Future
"That is what some of these new Istanbullus, the Europe-imitating ones who haunt clubs like 360, do not understand, Mr. Pamuk said. Huzun is not something to be avoided. It is one of Istanbul's great gifts to the human race."
turkey  cities  travel  europe  islam 
september 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Bloomberg.com: Catholic Hierarchy Lack of Diversity Fails to Reflect Africa's
"Many view the pope's engagement with secular Europe as one of the least successful parts of his papacy. Although electing an Italian might feel like a step backward, there are some who are looking for precisely that.''
europe  religion  christianity  africa  latinamerica 
april 2005 by allaboutgeorge
The New York Review of Books: Europe vs. America
"Having lost the comfort of our geographical boundaries, we must in effect rediscover what creates the bond between humans that constitute a community."
europe  usa  reviews  books  peace  globalization 
february 2005 by allaboutgeorge
Observer UK: Vive les Rosbifs
"'I don't want to know about France,' he declared in an interview last year. 'I was born there, but I feel English. The French are arrogant and selfish and always need people to tell them they're the best.'"
france  language  europe  uk  expatriate 
january 2005 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: Public Lives: Warning From a Student of Democracy's Collapse
"There was a longing for a new authoritarianism with some kind of religious orientation and above all a greater communal belongingness. There are some similarities in the mood then and the mood now, although also significant differences."
fascism  politics  europe  wwii  usa 
january 2005 by allaboutgeorge
LAT: Bucking a Trend, Austrians Prefer Coffee Their Way
"We don't want to burst out in unrestrained coffeehouse chauvinism here. But a little satisfaction that not every standardized global chain can just take over the Naschmarkt is allowed."
austria  caffeine  europe 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
IHT: "Denglish" is on the march
"If you bump into somebody at the supermarket checkout, it's a lot quicker and easier to say 'Sorry' (pronounced with a guttural 'r') than to say 'Entschuldigung,' with its four syllables (though, of course, many Germans do say 'Entschuldigung')."
english  europe  germany  language 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
DWelle: Desperately Ditching Denglish
"The market research outfit Dialego discovered earlier this year that the top seven most recognized ad slogans for German companies were, perhaps unsurprisingly to anyone except the country's ad execs, in German."
english  europe  germany  language 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
DWelle: Europe Battles English Invasion
"The range and depth of Shakespeare's vocabulary comes from the way in which he employs Germanic words, French words and Latin words to characterize the different people that he has in his plays."
english  europe  germany  language 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Guardian Unlimited: 'I hope they can hear us'
"Deported to Birkenau in 1944 from Theresienstadt, Sattler was forced to play Hot a Jid a Weibele (A Jew had a Wife) as his wife and three sons filed past him to the gas chambers."
classical  europe  judaism  music 
december 2004 by allaboutgeorge
NYT: How to Cross Borders, Social or Otherwise
"This is a system of knowledge that can be used as a weapon. Will it be used as that? It's the same as giving people a street map. It could help prepare burglaries or riots, but it could just help you walk around.''
activism  aesthetics  europe  identity  terrorism  usa 
october 2004 by allaboutgeorge
TIME Europe Magazine: The Zen of Zapatero -- September 27, 2004 | Vol. 164, No. 12
"Our people have learned to adapt and understand that we have to combat [terrorism] by being firm but also by respecting democracy."
europe  politics  spain  terrorism 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Ben Hammersley's Dangerous Precedent: You are under my power. Tell me your secrets.
"The greatest thing the European Union could do on the day after a Bush election win would be to declare free work visas for anyone who pledged to come over and stay for the course of the term. Someone should suggest it to Chirac.)"
bush  elections  europe  usa 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
Fast Company | 'The Best Way to Keep the Devil at the Door Is to Be Rich.'
[...] "Our philosophy was to create and expand the islands of freedom. If you don't want to be a slave, you must do something. If you act as though you are free, you will
activism  europe  journalism  politics 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge
James Baldwin's "Stranger in the Village"
"It did not occur to me -- possibly because I am an American -- that there could be people anywhere who had never seen a Negro."
black  ethnicity  europe  race  white  writing 
september 2004 by allaboutgeorge

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