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And the Oscar goes to…a white person

The Oscars have received severe backlash for only nominating white actors and actresses for the second year in a row. Although one could argue race had nothing to do with the nominations, it's hard to ignore the history the Oscars has a history of primarily nominating white artists.

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The B Word

The stigma against bisexuality on television stems from a lack of knowledge in the real world.

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Our Take: Progress always wins

When there's a cause worth fighting for, people have proven they will make the sacrifices necessary for the sake of progression for everyone. Collaborative our take from editorial board members of The All State.

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University of Texas at Austin serve Scalia with scathing comeback

Abigail Fisher's case of racial discrimination against the University of Texas at Austin has no basis in reality, and the Supreme Court's decision to rule on this case again has both wasted time and brought forth Justice's Scalia's true feelings of African Americans' abilities in an academic setting.

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