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9 Nov 2009
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9 Nov 2009
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10 Nov 2009
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Kent's 2009 Black and Minority Ethnic award nominees tell their stories. Follow us on Twitter at *******www.Twitter****/KentTV
17 Nov 2009
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*******www.lamfacialplastics**** Rhinoplasty, Revision Rhinoplasty, and Ethnic Rhinoplasty, as conceived by Dr. Sam Lam, Dallas Facial Plastic Surgeon, can be rethought of as a skin to architecture relationship using a tent pole as a metaphor to understand this model.
15 Dec 2009
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"The improvement of race relations deserves our ongoing attention. We must do it for our children, our grandchildren, and their children. USARiseUp**** offers racial and ethnic groups a way to share, enrich, and potentially save their customs with a significant Internet community. This is a magazine about us—all of us—and our need to better understand each other, to build better communities, cities, nations and ultimately, a better world. USARiseUp also tries to enforce a multiethnic society sharing the customs of different ethnicities, preserving them and creating a dialogue among its readership. Come and join us at *******www.usariseup****."
14 Jan 2010
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28 Jan 2010
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*******www.EthnicThangs**** Ethnic Thangs specializes in Quality Ethnic Products, ethnic skin care, african black soaps, nubian creams & lotions, hair products for African American men and women. We are happy to help you get the essential soaps for your and any skin type. Come enjoy our secure online store. The Best Ethnic Products Available! Gahanna, OH Columbus, Ohio Produced by Visible****
29 Apr 2010
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********www.globalgoodspartners****/cart/results.cfm?cat=s48 Shop Handmade Jewelry from Africa. Empower women around the world by purchasing their handmade, fair trade products, such as necklaces, bracelets and rings. Stand out with African, tribal and ethnic inspired jewelry handcrafted by women from over 20 different countries!
8 Jun 2010
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Michael Yergin Talks about Ethnic Diversity
22 Jun 2010
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This is tribute to Siddha medicine by Dr.B.Yogavidya B.S.M.S . Siddha is the earliest medicine every documented in the world & the oldest medical system in existence. Siddha Vaidya can be considered as the crown of all the traditional arts of the ancient world owing to its richness and simplicity. Music by: Drums Sivamani Ethnic Health Care 7/A-1, Neelakanda Metha Street, (off.south Boag Road), T nagar, Chennai - 17. Ph : +91-44-24335222 Email : mailethnichealthcare****
7 Sep 2012
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY JAYNE HENSON You're watching multisource world news analysis from Newsy A turbulent week for Russia as riots in major cities highlight the country’s ethnic tensions and general civil discord. Citizens took to the streets for everything from mourning the death of football fan to the changing of time zones. The bloodiest of conflicts occurred just outside the Kremlin. This marked the second outburst of violence in than a week between nationalists and Muslims from the North Caucusus. Russia’s RIA Novosti explains. “Clashes began after an unidentified assailant began beating five natives of the Caucasus. Violence continued after police arrived on the scene. Police were forced to use their own bodies to shield the victims. Bottles and flares were hurled at the police officers.” But a political analyst for RT argues that ethnic tensions are par for the course in Russia. – this is just Russian football. Recent incidents say more about police inadequacies than a government spiralling out of control. “Well I think its common knowledge that racism exists in Russia and that these nationalist groups have been pretty active in the ‘90s. Now I would say that they’re not so open because the government has arrested some of the leaders… But obviously this time it was, to my mind, a real mismanagement on the part of the police.” But the Moscow News says the latest series of rallies turned riots do say something about impotent government – at least enough to warrant a response from the Russian president. “And the shocking scenes of mass violence beneath the walls of the Kremlin at the weekend have left many fearing that the authorities’ apparently iron grip on Russia is rusting fast. President Dmitry Medvedev rushed to his twitter account to reassure the nation that everything was under control.” The President is already in the hot seat with the release of Wikileaks documents detailing cables to Washington - accusing Prime Minister Vladimir Putin of running a “mafia state.” SkyNews “The Government of Russia’s strategy is to use organized crime groups to do whatever the government of Russia cannot acceptably do as a government.’ The U.S. officials quoted the Spaniard as saying that he ‘Considers Belarus, Chechnya, and Russia to be virtual ‘mafia states’…” Russia will hold Duma elections next year and presidential elections in 2012. The vote could signal a referendum on Vladimir Putin’s reign of power. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
15 Dec 2010
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