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a year ago
In August of 1619, a ship carrying enslaved Africans arrived at a port in Virginia. On the 400th anniversary of this fateful moment, it is finally time to truthfully tell the story of black Americans — and of America itself. https://t.co/iLrohS3Szi #1619project
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He’d been on his computer for hours. When he tried to stand up, he couldn’t. His legs looked normal, felt normal, yet they wouldn’t move. What was causing the temporary paralysis?  https://t.co/fikFQ1d00b
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“I grew up in an American diner, eating Chinese food at home and spending my summers in Taiwan. I wanted Best Quality Daughter to honor that, my Chinese heritage, my Chinese mom, the authenticity of what I’ve lived.” https://t.co/Jb6nmwOGsp
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The demands of mass-market Hollywood dramas seem almost engineered to prevent honest portrayals of addiction. https://t.co/TNT8w4F8Z0
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19 hours ago
Digital creators used the blockchain to create a whole new art scene. Then their work started selling for thousands — sometimes millions of dollars. https://t.co/qXZQITMNWD
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22 hours ago
"That Cheney was willing to face Trump’s wrath called attention to the fact that most of them were not." The Wyoming congresswoman challenged Republicans to turn away from Trump after Jan. 6. Instead, they turned on her, @DraperRobert reports. https://t.co/ZY5bHRKHi3
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Ask the Ethicist: An Eastern European man romanced your daughter and tried to marry her for a green card. Can you turn him in to immigration because "we have ample homegrown jerks and don’t need to import more"?  https://t.co/X19uZBgN4A
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Hollywood films now conceive of addiction as a medical illness instead of a moral failing, which is positive. But they still reduce a complex illness into something like a sports movie or boxing match. https://t.co/sDfI8lTiLe
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“A woman’s heart is a deep ocean of secrets; my secret is that I love ‘Titanic.’” https://t.co/XtozZwP1LX
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Ask the Ethicist: You're pro-choice. The only places accepting donations around you are anti-abortion pregnancy clinics. Can you donate your crocheted baby blankets to them? https://t.co/wrXJuhjLpO
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3 days ago
How to flourish; a 7-Eleven grudge match in Japan; and could “Young Rock” be Dwayne Johnson’s “Apprentice”? This weekend, listen to a collection of narrated articles from across The Times. https://t.co/j0pgbbHpEz
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Nicholas Britell’s scores — for “Succession,” “Moonlight” and “The Underground Railroad,” among others — suggest whole new ways of writing for film and television. https://t.co/HvQIXikWVm
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4 days ago
Our cover story this week: @jennydeluxe profiles the artist Deana Lawson, whose regal, loving, unburdened photographs imagine a world in which Black people are free from the distortions of history. https://t.co/0moMjFnCJn https://t.co/sURIsc1lGV
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A reader asks Judge John @hodgman for a ruling: “My partner, Adam, and I disagree over whether the Ben & Jerry’s flavor Americone Dream is a ‘new’ flavor or a ‘classic’ flavor. I think it’s new.” https://t.co/NOoO4NwgJb
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Our cover story this week: @jennydeluxe profiles the artist Deana Lawson, whose regal, loving, unburdened photographs imagine a world in which Black people are free from the distortions of history. https://t.co/LX3wqufAKq https://t.co/Pq0IMat9XA
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You have heard Nicholas Britell’s music, even if you don’t know his name. (He scored the title for HBO’s “Succession.”) One of the hardest-working film composers of the past decade, his scores suggest whole new ways of writing for film and television. https://t.co/vfeYV18dsm
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