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New York Times Columnist Frank Bruni (PRNewsFoto/UC San Diego Extension)

Sep 02, 2014

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Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation Logo. (PRNewsFoto/Race Forward: The Center for Racial Justice Innovation)

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National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals logo (PRNewsFoto/Realogy Holdings Corp.)

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City of Wilton Manors 2013 Stonewall Festival. (PRNewsFoto/City of Wilton Manors)

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Zac Baker, left, and Sam Busch, right; Marry Me in Seattle campaign ad (PRNewsFoto/Visit Seattle)

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Halloween New Orleans revelers participate in a traditional second line celebration down historic Bourbon Street following a classic New Orleans-style Jazz and Gospel brunch. (PRNewsFoto/Halloween New Orleans)

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Grammy-award winning singer, Olivia Newton-John to perform in-port concert on Feb. 13, 2015 for Olivia Travel Sydney-New Zealand Cruise Odyssey. For more information about the cruise, including availability and pricing, visit www.olivia.com (PRNewsFoto/Olivia Travel)

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NAMIC logo. (PRNewsFoto/NAMIC)

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The 2014 DC Chinese Film Festival, held September 4-7 in the Nation's Capital, will showcase over 60 outstanding documentary, narrative, experimental, and animated films from 9 countries and regions, all made by Chinese artists or about China. This will be the first time the DC audience gets to watch so many never before seen Chinese films on the big screen. The festival will also hold panel discussions with established filmmakers, experts and scholars on LGBT issues and film, gender gap behind camera, environmental filmmaking, and independent film production. (PRNewsFoto/DC Chinese Film Festival)

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