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Juneteenth Legacy Project Headquarters art gallery, inside the Nia Cultural Center in Galveston, inspires next generation

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abc13.com – Rosie Nguyen – 2024-06-19 20:58:58

SUMMARY: The Juneteenth Legacy Project Headquarters in , Texas, at the historic corner where Juneteenth originated, serves as an art gallery and educational space to inspire the next generation. It was envisioned by historian Samuel Collins III and is located in the Nia Cultural Center. The gallery aims to reclaim narratives of Black history through art and storytelling, fostering understanding and critical thinking. Founder Sue Johnson describes it as a “classroom without borders.” The project emphasizes healing and identity affirmation for Black communities. Open indefinitely and free to the public, it underscores the importance of remembering and learning from history.

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Presidential election 2024: Both candidates call for unity after Donald Trump shooting, but will it last?

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abc13.com – WLS – 2024-07-15 17:46:04

SUMMARY: The Republican National Convention in Milwaukee began with a rallying cry of “fight, fight, fight,” contrasting President Joe Biden’s call to tone down political rhetoric. Donald Trump’s display of defiance after a shooting incident is seen as a strategy to gain momentum. Experts suggest the Republicans may leverage this imagery, while Democrats find themselves in a dilemma on how to respond. Despite Biden’s plea for unity, political analysts predict negative campaigning from both sides will resume soon. With attention on Trump, analysts advise Democrats to devise a clear strategy before re-engaging next week.

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Perseid meteor shower begins: Here's the best time to watch it

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www.kxan.com – Steph Whiteside – 2024-07-15 16:59:47

SUMMARY: The Perseid meteor shower, an annual celestial event, peaks around August 11-12, 2024. Visible from July 14 to September 1, this year's peak coincides with a first quarter moon setting around midnight, providing optimal dark-sky conditions. The shower, originating from comet 109P/Swift-Tuttle, can produce 50 to 100 meteors per hour, featuring light trails and occasional fireballs. Meteors, often mistaken for shooting stars, are debris burning in Earth's atmosphere. For the best view, head to areas with minimal light pollution and watch during the moon's darkest phases, preferably in the pre-dawn hours, although they are also visible in the evening.

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MAP: More than 170 acres have burned in Central Texas wildfires in 2024

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www.kxan.com – Christopher Adams – 2024-07-15 14:58:28

SUMMARY: In 2024, Central Texas has experienced wildfires burning over 170 acres, as reported by the Texas A&M Forest Service. Three fires have impacted the 15-county KXAN viewing area, totaling 174.5 acres. KXAN is continuously updating a map and database to monitor ongoing wildfires, with uncontained fires marked in red. The provided table ranks fires based on size. Additionally, KXAN offers links to view 2023's wildfire map, an evacuation checklist, and the latest updates on county burn bans. For comprehensive wildfire and weather information, viewers can utilize various interactive tools and links provided.

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