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To Honor Parkland Victims, David Best Is Building A Temple, Then Setting It On Fire

The artist whose massive wooden structures have become a fixture at the annual Burning Man festival is now constructing a Temple of Time to help mark the first anniversary of the shooting.

A photo on the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity yearbook page from 1972 shows someone wearing blackface for a costume. Courtesy of Abby Clukey hide caption

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U.Va. Students Investigate Their Yearbook's Racist History — Starting With Its Title

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Sisyphus Andrew Bird

Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop in Colorado has declined to make a custom cake for a gay wedding and now for a gender transition. Allison Sherry/CPR hide caption

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Can Businesses Turn Away LGBT Customers? Court Battles Bubbling Back Up

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Tonto Rides the Gain Jon Kennedy
Autumn Story Firekites

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To Honor Parkland Victims, David Best Is Building A Temple, Then Setting It On Fire

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Noted for its sharp commentary on race, identity, sex and politics, Noname's album, Room 25, was one of the most critically-acclaimed records of last year. Chantal Anderson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'We Need To Exist In Multitudes': Noname Talks Artistic Independence, Women In Rap

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Sugar Dirty Art Club

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