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One state's anti-critical race theory law faces first federal lawsuit

This is the first federal lawsuit to challenge a state statute implemented to prevent the teaching of critical race theory.

10/21/2021 5:35:00 AM

This is the first federal lawsuit to challenge a state statute implemented to prevent the teaching of critical race theory .

The ACLU federal lawsuit in Oklahoma is the first to challenge a state law implemented to prevent the teaching of critical race theory .

ReutersGermany to keep border open despite migrant influx from BelarusGermany is not considering closing its border with Poland to stem the flow of migrants trying to cross into the European Union from Belarus, Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Wednesday. "No one intends to close the border," Seehofer told journalists at a conference on the migration situation in Germany. Last week, Germany's federal police said that the number of people entering the country from Poland after travelling from Belarus had risen above 4,300 since August, compared to just 26 registered in the period from January to July.

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2d agoClick to Pray 2.0 - Vatican app gets up close and personal with GodThe Vatican on Tuesday rolled out its latest "Click to Pray" app, offering a personal planner among new functions for what it hopes will be an improved digital "praying experience" in a fast-paced world. In its own mini-version of a Silicon Valley-type unveiling, seven Church officials - including a cardinal - took part in a news conference to illustrate "Click to Pray 2.0", the first major update of the app since it was launched in 2016. Reporters were shown a punchy, polished video illustrating the app's new functions, including a personal planner to let users configure their moments of prayer for each day and receive reminders to put the rest of the world on hold.

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Botswana appeals court upholds ruling that decriminalised gay sex

Botswana's Court of Appeal on Monday upheld a 2019 ruling that decriminalised gay sex, a decision hailed by gay community as establishing the southern African country as a 'true democracy'.

More Than One-Fourth Of America’s 400 Richest Went To One Of These 12 CollegesWhile the nation's wealthiest graduated from more than 150 universities, these schools have the most Forbes 400 alumni. Lol and people will tell you college is not important . Watch watch the rich do (college admissions scandal) not what they say (eg Musk, a IVY league grad saying college isn’t important LOL!) Many of the world's richest people never attended any university. That's much more impressive to me!

How to Be the First One Sent Home on The BacheloretteA lesson from recently eliminated contestant Ryan Fox, who decided to bring a literal playbook on TheBachelorette

Ciara Could Easily Play One of the Muses From Hercules in This Sexy Slitted GownCiara stunned in a leg-baring Mônot gown at Elle's Women in Hollywood event.

Selena Gomez Just Got One of Her Shortest Haircuts EverLet's just say this might her new signature look 🙌

Russia's Putin approves nationwide one-week workplace shutdown from Oct. 30Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday approved a government proposal for a week-long workplace shutdown at the start of November to combat an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases and deaths. Speaking at a televised meeting with government officials, Putin said this period, from Oct. 30 to Nov. 7, could begin earlier or be extended for certain regions. Authorities across the country have made moves to curb the spread of the virus, reflecting a growing sense of urgency as they confront widespread public reluctance to get injected with the Russian-made Sputnik V vaccine. YIKES!

Pandemic Death Leader Mississippi Has Now Lost One In Every 300 Residents To CovidMississippi has the highest fatality rate in the U.S.—and one of the highest in the world. Tragic. Congrats! 50th in education BUT first in preventable death! Fantastic so 0.3% of their population?