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A superpower implodes – a look at the U.S. ahead of the presidential election

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LeipGlo contributor Max takes a closer look at the current administration, how and why they got into power and what that means for the upcoming presidential election on November 3rd.

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True Crime Series: Golden State Killer sentenced

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Paul Haynes, writer and researcher for the seminal true crime book I'll Be Gone In The Dark and the documentary of the same name takes a closer look at the Golden State Killer's recent sentencing hearing and his apology statement.

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Living through a distant war – an expat’s account of the Armenian-Azeri conflict

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LeipGlo contributor and Armenian expat Gabriel Armas-Cardona shares his point of view on the on-going, brutal conflict in Nagorno Karabakh between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

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“What comes after:” artwalk around Eisenbahnstraße

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LeipGlo's Lisa shares her impressions from the opening of the new artwalk "What comes after..?" by interaction! e.V. International artists exhibit their works around the aftermath of the current pandemic. Find a Google Map with all locations to artwalk at your own pace.

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Microaggressions and love as a foreigner in Leipzig

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"It was here that I met... some of my dearest friends. (...) At the same time, Leipzig is the first city I've lived where I've come to recognize microaggressions for what they are, as they surface in random, mundane moments of my daily life."

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Opinion: multiple dimensions of structural racism

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"Communities whose members, for diverse historical reasons such as segregation, are often unable to acquire the necessary high skills to get a job with decent wages in the service sector, end up in a cycle of reproduction of poverty. They are victims of creative destruction." #BlackLivesMatter

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