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Baring It All For The Sake Of The Dead Sea

Photographer does nude photo shoot with 200 volunteers to raise awareness for the threatened sea and a new museum.
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Healables CEO Moshe Lebowitz speaking to former NBA coach and player Ed Pinckney. Healables app was designed to integrate smart textiles, electronics and software to reduce inflammation, accelerate healing and relieve pain, while eliminating travel time for physical therapy. (Courtesy of Healables)
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A Wearable That Soothes And Heals At Home

Device that lessens pain and inflammation on the go is personalized for medical and sports/wellness uses.
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The Dead Sea has been losing more than some 40 inches of water per year since the 1970s, according to EcoPeace Middle East. Yet experts say the sea will not disappear. (Toa Heftiba/Unsplash)
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What Next For The Dead Sea?

This unique salt lake is shrinking at an alarming rate. Can it survive? 
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George Floyd Courtesy of C.Robles
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AFRODECENDIENTES: AFRO-LATINO & AFRO-INDIO

While the interrelated crises impact entire communities, they put a particularly heavy burden on Afrodecendientes: Afro-Latino and Afro-Indio descendants. NOTE: “Indio” refers to anyone who is of indigenous Latin American descent.  It is a term that is essential in understanding Indigenous-Afro-Latino identities.

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Photo by Carmen Robles
Black History

A Conversation with David Rodriguez – PART 3

First of all, the term “Afro-Latino” was coined by Arturo Schomburg, who is considered “The Father of Afro-American Studies”, and an early pioneer of the Harlem Renaissance movement.  A highly educated man from Puerto Rico who realized the high number of Afro-Cubans and Afro-Puerto Ricans in Harlem at the time needed an identity to connect and define this demographic of people.  

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