Colombians celebrate festival with roasted guinea pigs

Some guinea pigs get costumes up while others end up on the menu as revellers in Colombia celebrate the end of the Black and White carnival.

Inside The Thriving Business Of ‘Man Weaves’ (HBO)

What if there was a cure for male baldness? What if you could pay to naturally look 10 years younger? There may not be a permanent solution but we might have found a temporary one. Hair weaves are a technique Black women (and all women) have used for years, but it’s recently become an emerging practice amongst Black men. Mintel, a global market research provider, values the Black hair care industry at more than $2.54B. While Black women contribute to a lion’s share of the market, Black men aren’t exempt from wanting great looking hair. Wade Menendez aka Wade the Barber is the owner of The W Hair Loft in Glen Burnie, MD, and a pioneer in the field of Black male hair units. In the video above, Vice News visited one of Menendez’s classes to document the business behind the sought-after technique.

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Many NYC Black Friday shoppers to spend more

(24 Nov 2018) Shoppers in New York flocked to the Manhattan Mall hoping to get their hands on Black Friday deals, and take part in the most famous ritual of American consumerism as the holiday shopping season begins. (Nov. 23)

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(24 Nov 2018) Here are the top stories for Friday, November 23rd: Shoppers flock to stores on Black Friday; Associate of Roger Stone in plea negotiations; National Climate Assessment points to bigger disasters; Study shows dolphins can work on tasks together.

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1 teen dead, 2 hurt after Alabama mall shooting

(23 Nov 2018) One teen is dead and two others are injured following a shooting at an Alabama mall prior to Black Friday shopping. Hoover, Alabama police say an officer shot and killed one teen, who had shot and injured another teen. (Nov. 23)

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Black Friday starts early for some US shoppers

(23 Nov 2018) Shoppers in some parts of the U.S. got an early start on Black Friday, actually lining up and making their purchases on Thanksgiving Day. Black Friday is expected to be the biggest shopping day of the year, according to ShopperTrak. (Nov. 23)

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ShowBiz Minute: Black, Pussy Riot, Rihanna

(13 Sep 2018) “The Predator” director Shane Black says he’s “deeply sorry” for hiring a friend who was a registered sex offender to appear in his movie; Pussy Riot activist treated for possible poisoning; Rihanna unleashes the savage beast in latest lingerie line. (Sept. 13)

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‘Predator’ director Black ‘deeply sorry’ for hiring registered sex offender

(13 Sep 2018) At the Los Angeles premiere of “The Predator,” director Shane Black apologises for casting longtime friend and registered sex offender Steven Wilder Striegel in his movie. Striegel’s scenes were cut after co-star Olivia Munn alerted the studio behind the film. (Sept. 13)

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Most Black Kids Can’t Swim. It’s Not Just A Stereotype, It’s History. (HBO)

In 2014, the CDC found that an 11-year-old black child is 10 times more likely to drown than a white child the same age. The idea that “Black people can’t swim” may sound like a stereotype, but this disparity is rooted in a history of discriminatory access to swimming pools.

This summer has produced three high-profile incidents of white Americans calling – or threatening to call – the police on Black pool goers.

A South Carolina woman was charged with multiple accounts of assault for accosting a 15-year-old boy and a police officer. A North Carolina man lost his job after a video of him calling the police on a woman who refused to show him her identification. A property manager at a Memphis apartment complex also lost her job for calling the police on a man for wearing socks in the pool.

These episodes are just the most recent in a long history of discriminatory access at American swimming pools, going back almost 100 years. VICE News spoke with Jeff Wiltse, a professor of History at the University of Montana, and the author of “Contested Waters: A Social History of Swimming Pools in America.”

“It was socially normal for blacks and whites to swim together at these public pools during the late 19th and early 20th century but that all changed during the 1920s and 1930s when cities opened up large resort like pools,” says Wiltse. “That permitted males and females to use them together.”

Wiltse said that it was at that point that white swimmers and public officials imposed racial segregation because most whites did not want to allow black men to interact with white women at such intimate public spaces.

Pools were desegregated after World War II — frequently by court order — but like America’s public schools, integration in the water was more of a legal concept than a cultural one.

Racial desegregation of public pools rarely lead to meaningful sort of interracial use, said Wiltse. “In general, whites abandoned public pools that black swimmers started to use.”

“Swimming became broadly popular within white communities and was passed down from generation to generation. Because of African-Americans more restricted access, swimming did not become a broadly popular activity among Black families.”

In 2017, USA Swimming, the governing body for the sport of swimming in the US, has found that African-American children and their parents are three times more fearful of drowning than Caucasian children and parents. Additionally, 64% of African American children have low or no swimming ability.

Dezria Holmes knows how to swim, but wouldn’t call herself a strong swimmer. She’s trying to change that for her children, 12-year old Madison and 7-year old Mason. Both are enrolled in a Chicago swimming program launched by USA Swimming, Chicago Park District, and Illinois Swimming to get a more diverse group of young people in the water.

“My grandparents couldn’t swim because of segregation,” said Holmes. “So when I saw the opportunity for my daughter to swim, and then my parents were able to see their granddaughter swim. They were actually crying, because no one in our family swims like Madison. So to be afforded this opportunity has just been amazing.”

USA Swimming has found that Black children and their parents are three times more fearful of drowning than white children and their parents. Safety was the main reason Holmes wanted her kids to learn how to swim.

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Shane Black is all about ‘The Predator’

(3 Aug 2018) Writer/director Shane Black brings “The Predator” back to the big screen after appearing in the 1987 original, with the stars of the new film saying Black “is the only person who could’ve done this.” (Aug. 3)

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