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Asian Women, Interracial Relationship, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Asian american women have been found to be at higher risk than are asian american men to get Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). These figures cannot be explained by lack of education or information. In East Asia, there is no such … Continue reading

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Unintended Consequences of the Increasing Rate of Intermarriage

A lot of people have already noticed the increasing rate of intermarriage. But the pattern shows that love is not colorblind. Multiple reasons are suggested.

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Morality and Abstract Thinking : How Africans may differ from Westerners – Gedaliah Braun

Morality and Abstract Thinking [PDF] How Africans may differ from Westerners by Gedaliah Braun I am an American who taught philosophy in several African universities from 1976 to 1988, and have lived since that time in South Africa. When I … Continue reading

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Urban Law 101 – What I Didn’t Learn in Law School: Adventures with black clients

Urban Law 101 – What I Didn’t Learn in Law School: Adventures with black clients (Donald Williamson) [PDF] I grew up in a suburb of a large northern city, and had no real contact with blacks until I became a lawyer. … Continue reading

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In Praise of Homogeneity

In Praise of Homogeneity – The Japanese know how to run a country – [pdf] Author, Jared Taylor. I have just returned from several weeks in Japan, and am again struck by the forceful example that country offers of the advantages … Continue reading

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South Africa Under Black Rule (by Gedahlia Braun)

South Africa Under Black Rule, Part I : A personal account of the transition. [PDF] South Africa is now ruled by blacks; the only prosperous country on the continent has been handed to them on a platter. While the country … Continue reading

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