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“I is an Other”: Integration in Astoria, Queens

storia, Queens has recently developed into one of the largest Egyptian immigrant communities in New York City, hence the geographical title “Little Egypt”–one of the many affectionate nicknames ascribed to the neighborhood located at the end of the N and Q subway lines. As a small non-profit headquartered in this international hub, the Center for
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Valerie Solanas: More Than Just A Crazy Chick Who Tried To Kill Warhol

alerie Solanas’ SCUM Manifesto is a work that, upon one’s first reading, elicits disgust, dread, and fear. On the surface, this text seems like the rantings of a delusional woman who hated all men indiscriminately for very personal and illogical reasons. Though many consider her the catalyst and a hero of the radical feminist movement, radical
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