3 Muslim students murdered in Chapel Hill honored by My Deah's Goodwill Store

This is an except from memorial tribute piece. Use this to practice writing tributes. Click one of the links to read the rest. Craig Hicks may have ended the lives of three young Muslim students in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, but he did not silence their legacy. His name has already been forgotten, but the names of the three people he killed: Deah Barakat, his wife Yusor Abu-Salha and her sister Razan Abu-Salha live on. The three Muslim students murdered in Chapel Hill were honored by My Deah's Goodwill Store reported ABC 11 on Nov. 11. The store in Raleigh will serve as a tribute to "Our Three Winners" as their Facebook memorial is called. But it is also a way further their work, through the My Project USA program.  (click to read on)3 Muslim students murdered in Chapel Hill honored by My Deah's Goodwill Store | Examiner.com

Rachel Dolezal is 'black' born white: Is transracial the same as transgender?

 So Rachel Dolezal is "black" but born white? The Hollywood Reporter said Nov. 2 that the discredited NAACP leader who posed as black admitted her race as white on the all-black show "The Real." That made a lot of people real uncomfortable. But could Dolezal be transracial and if so, is transracial any different than transgender? Think about it: people who were born one gender but identify as the other are accepted, nay applauded, when they "come out" in what they believe to be their true selves. So why is no one cheering for Rachel Dolezal? When Bruce Jenner become Caitlyn Jenner, the majority accepted it (or were too politically correct to say they didn't). People call him Caitlyn because he asked them to. He says he is now a she. Yet somehow it's wrong and anathema for Rachel Dolezal to be white but ask people to call her black. Maybe there is more to gender and race than meets the eye?Rachel Dolezal is 'black' born white: Is transracial the same as transgender?

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