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October 20, 2022

Trailblazing Actress Anna May Wong Becomes the First Asian American to Appear on U.S. Currency

Anna May Wong, a groundbreaking actress from the early days of Hollywood, has become the first Asian American to be featured on U.S. currency. As part of the American Women Quarters program, Wong joins the ranks of astronaut Sally Ride, Cherokee Nation leader Wilma Mankiller, and poet Maya Angelou. Her likeness boasts her signature blunt bangs and pencil-thin eyebrows, while her face rests on elegantly manicured hand.

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September 26, 2022

Wildlife Rescue Gets a Fresh Fruit Feast When a Truck Spills a Bunch of Watermelons

On the final day of the Annual Watermelon Festival in Farmerville, Louisiana, a produce truck carrying melons was on its way into town. The road conditions weren't great; it had been raining so the trek was slippery. That's when the produce truck began sliding and rear-ended another truck with a ski boat in tow. Fruit “went flying all over the road.

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September 15, 2022

Parents Are Sharing Their Black Daughters’ Sweet Reactions To Seeing ‘The Little Mermaid’ Trailer

Disney is releasing a live-action version of The Little Mermaid and giving fans a first look. The trailer is making waves, particularly among Black girls who are so excited to see Halle Bailey take on the role of the first Black Ariel. Parents are sharing heartwarming videos of their children’s reactions to seeing Bailey, and they demonstrate just how powerful on-screen representation is. The videos show the girls beaming as Bailey appears in the trailer.

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