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Eyes that have seen a nuclear blast. Hiroshima, Japan; August 8, 1945

Hibakusha: That's what survivors of the nuclear bomb are called. The photo is "blind girl' taken in Hiroshima in 1963 by Christer Strömholm. Eyes that have seen a nuclear blast, brighter than a thousand suns. This girl had a hard life.

After the 13th amendment the those of an African American background expected things to change for them in America. However the Jim Crow laws only prolonged and perhaps enhanced the poor quality of life the blacks led as it was the WASP's who were in charge of the country and the WASP's who benefited from slavery and racial segregation.

Two different colored people with two different perspective of the Jim Crow Law Byron Sierra

Get Ready To Be Horrified At What Schools Are Telling Kids About Sex. Oh Utah...

Here's what schools are (and aren't) telling kids about sex in each state.

If you think students should get an unbiased and accurate education, then you probably won't be happy about the state of sex education in America.

Wyatt Earp and his brother Virgil were basically drifters—gamblers, lawmen, businessmen, wannabe politicians—searching for the big payoff. Yet they would always be defined by a 30-second shootout that left three men dead.

Wyatt at home on August at age The last surviving Earp brother and the last surviving participant of the Gunfight at the O. Corral, Wyatt Earp died at home in the Earps' small apartment at 4004 W Street, in Los Angeles, on January 1929 at the age of