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'Whose Streets?': Film Review | Sundance 2017

Activist Sabaah Folayan traveled to Ferguson, Missouri, to document the uprising that stemmed from the 2014 killing by police of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown Jr. As marginalized minorities across the country brace for an incoming White House administration likely to push pro-police, anti-protest policies to new heights, urgent, of-the-moment …

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Reporter's Notebook: Trump Fans Get Kickoff Night They Want

At the big concert the day before the mogul’s swearing-in: lots of country artist background music, little visible protest activity and many people very happy Trump is “Making America Great Again.” “Why are we not going now? We’re going to see this thing finished out and then go back to …

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Russian Nightclub Hosts Early Inauguration Party for Trump

“Trump, Trump — it is unbelievable. Trump, Trump, he’s a superman, Trump, Trump — symbol of America. Trump, Trump, he’s really president,” someone in the crowd at Arbat 13 in Moscow was heard singing Thursday evening. Twenty-four hours before Donald Trump was to be sworn in as President of the …

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Sundance: How to Bring Your Nanny to the Festival

A guide to fees, tipping and getting the best performance out of (and experience for) Mommy’s and Daddy’s helper. Long hours and unusually close quarters at Sundance make it a more challenging fest than most for families. “It’s not your typical working vacation where there is any sort of schedule,” …

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