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AMERICA TOURIST PLACES (Places to visit in New York).

AMERICA TOURIST PLACES (Places to visit in New York).

New York city is Situated on East Coast of USA This is a modern and populous city We will be visiting statue of liberty, Brooklyn bridge, Time square, Manhattan, Central Park, The High Line and other places. France gifted Statue of Liberty to the people of USA It was installed in Liberty island in 1886 This is a statue is of a woman holding a torch in her hand. The Statue of Liberty is a symbol of freedom and democracy….

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Sunsara Taylor, Habla Sobre el Fascismo en Estados Unidos, En Union Square Manhattan NYC,#outnow

Sunsara Taylor, Habla Sobre el Fascismo en Estados Unidos, En Union Square Manhattan NYC,#outnow

I wanna start by saying why we call this regime fascist because it’s not a curse word fascism has real meaning we are being ruled by a fascist regime right now what does this mean it means the concentration camps at the border it means children being torn from their parents arms it means a program of ethnic cleansing and genocide that’s right genocide against immigrants and Latinos and brown skinned people this is a program of whipped up reassert…

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Top 20 Projects Completing in 2020 | The B1M

Top 20 Projects Completing in 2020 | The B1M

From striking skyscrapers to vast Olympic parks and stadiums on a level of ambition never attempted before, 2020 sees a new decade kick-off with the completion of some truly remarkable construction projects. From the overwhelming number of schemes set to finish this year, these are the 20 you need to keep your eyes on. Stretching over four square kilometres and including a major extension to the Dubai metro, the finishing touches to the 2020 Expo site are now being made…

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“Need Freedom” Lyric Video ft. Jamal Lyon | Season 3 | EMPIRE

“Need Freedom” Lyric Video ft. Jamal Lyon | Season 3 | EMPIRE

[MUSIC – EMPIRE CAST, “NEED FREEDOM”] (SINGING) Too many guns on the streets. And my heart can’t take it no more. Like Stevie said, love’s in need. My heart cries out for Orlando, Philando, Alton, Sandra, Mike Brown, Garner, Trayvon. Why? Too many people gone too soon. Tell me how this happen. Where did we go wrong? Say we stand together. Yet we choose to walk alone. Blood covers our streets. Hatred fills our homes. Gotta get this message out…

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Who were the Richest Tycoons in America?

Who were the Richest Tycoons in America?

Robber barons. Who were the Richest Tycoons in America? In the late 19th century and early 20th century there were Americans who made vast amounts of wealth, these tycoons gained the derogatory nickname “Robber barons” because of the questionable methods they used to acquire their fortunes and build their vast industrial empires. Andrew Carnegie. Steel. Net worth: 310 billions US dollars. Andrew Carnegie was born in poverty in Scotland and emigrated to the United States as a child. Here he…

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The Stonewall Rebellion

The Stonewall Rebellion

The struggle for LGBTQ rights is ongoing. Every month in June, cities around the world throw giant pride parades, including the one here in Toronto. These parades began because of a massive riot in New York in 1969. That’s the story of today, the uprising which sparked the modern gay rights movement. Hi, I’m Tristan, and this is Step Back. Subscribe and hit the bell notification to get history every week. Just a heads up, this is going to be…

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Mark Guiliana’s Beat Music (Live) | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA

Mark Guiliana’s Beat Music (Live) | JAZZ NIGHT IN AMERICA

[applause] ♪ [applause] [applause] [crowd murmurs] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] [applause] MARK GUILIANA: This is BIGYUKI. [applause] [applause] That’s Chris Morrissey playing the electric bass. [applause] [applause] Nick Semrad playing the keyboards. [applause] [applause] Thanks. You guys good? [crowd cheers] We’re here tonight to celebrate the release of an album. It’s called, “Beat Music! Beat Music! Beat Music!” [applause] And, uh, wow– thanks for comin’. Thank you Rough Trade for having us. Thanks for everybody responsible for us…

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