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Those new laws often had the effect of making it harder for poor people and people of color to vote.
WHAT LONG VOTING LINES IN THE US REALLY MEANMELISSA HIRSCHSEPTEMBER 17, 2020VOX
Offered in a variety of water-resistant colors, the Five Star college-ruled, 100-sheet notebooks are just right for single-subject note taking.
NOTABLE NOTEBOOKS FOR WRITING AND DRAWINGPOPSCI COMMERCE TEAMSEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Smaller companies led by people of color appear to struggle in particular, a trend that aligns with the findings of an independent study by WalletHub.
Tristan is the founder of the eponymously named Walker & Company, which makes health and beauty products for people of color.
Coker previously told Voice of San Diego that during the meeting McCoy seemed unwilling to even acknowledge that there was a breakdown in trust between police and communities of color.
As two young women of color, Olowe and Teng said they grew up settling for products that didn’t really serve them or represent their skin.
The bright colors in butterfly wings don't come from any pigment molecules but from how the wings are structured, for instance.
Each size comes in a variety of colors ranging from neutrals to brights to metallics.
Thanks to its itty bitty wavelengths, blue gets scattered way more than other colors.
All of the resulting photos looked a little lacking in vibrant color and fine detail compared with some of the top cameras on other phones.

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