<em>The Atlantic</em> Daily: Climate Changes

What We’re Following Power Plans: President Trump signed a highly anticipated executive order on climate today. The two biggest effects: The EPA will rewrite (and roll back) Obama-era regulations like the Clean Power Plan, and government agencies will no longer need to account for climate change while reporting on a …

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International Hits “Moonlight,” “Hidden Figures,” and “Straight Outta Compton” Disprove Hollywood Myth That “Black Films Don’t Travel”

(image via latimes.com) article by Tre’vell Anderson via latimes.com On his way to winning a best picture Oscar for “Moonlight,” a film made for a minuscule $1.5 million, writer-director Barry Jenkins took time between awards-season red carpet appearances for a six-city European promotion tour. It was time well spent. “Moonlight,” about …

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Apollo Is Trying to Permanently Ruin Phaedra's Life

Phaedra Parks and Apollo Nida‘s nullified divorced is turning into a very expensive matter.   According to TMZ, Nida, who is serving eight years in prison for money laundering, is thrilled that a judge decided to cancel their initial divorce filing (thanks to a spelling error, of all things) and is …

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Black Female Theologian Takes Reconciliation Beyond Race

(Image: iStock/digitalskillet) The other day, I spoke with Christena Cleveland, a black female theologian (I didn’t know they existed) and associate professor of the Practice of Reconciliation at Duke University’s School of Divinity. You may have heard of racial reconciliation, a desperately needed movement in the church, which has historically …

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