This was a week in American history when a racially motivated mass shooting led to southern states re-examining the use of the confederate battle flag. Then on Friday the country's supreme court effectively legalised gay marriage in all 50 states.
From the Taliban’s destruction of the Bamiyan Buddhas in 2001; to U.S. military inaction during the looting of museums from the 2003 invasion of Iraq; to architecture and museum collections damaged by the Syrian civil war; to the willful destruction of Iraqi and Syrian sites including Nimrod and Hatra, and now Palmyra, by the so-called Islamic State, the rate of our artistic heritage's extinction rivals that of the natural world.
A strong push to remove the Confederate battle flag from Capitol grounds in South Carolina and Alabama — as well as the shelves of major retailers — was sparked by the racially motivated killings of nine people inside a historic black church last week.
No new laws restricting access to guns will be passed as a result of Wednesday’s racist shooting rampage, which left nine dead at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina. Americans can be confident this is true for several reasons. For starters, Barack Obama more or less admitted it.
Zeba Blay: Dylann Roof grew up in a society that subtly upholds racist ideals, breeds toxic masculinity, and continues to debate whether guns kill people, or people kill people. Collectively, we created that society, and we're simultaneously obsessed with and terrified of addressing racism in a real way.
Negotiators are working toward a global climate deal this December, and countries are now pledging how much they're willing to rein in emissions. An interactive chart shows who's currently emitting the most – and what sector those emissions come from.
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