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Supermarket brings in ‘quiet hour’ designed to help autistic people

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Supermarkets are often bustling places, meaning it can be overwhelming for people on the autism spectrum and those who care for them.

To make the experience easier, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) and supermarket chain Coles have partnered together on a pilot program which will see stores go quiet for an hour as part of a sensory-friendly experience.

During the that time, the store’s radio…

Jimmy Kimmel would rather have Cersei Lannister be president than Trump

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Hot take: Nazis are bad.

Nearly everyone in media condemned the president’s defense of white supremacists last night, and none more poetically than Jimmy Kimmel, who urged the president’s remaining supporters to let him go.

“It was like if your book club meeting turned into a cockfight,” Kimmel said on Jimmy Kimmel Live!.

Except here, everyone is crying. Read more…

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Rabbi Abe Cooper talks about online hate

Rabbi Abe Cooper talks about online hate

Charlottesville really happened. Don’t look away.

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The eyes of the nation — and the world — turned to Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday after a “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally descended into chaos.

The rally brought together the members of various white nationalist hate groups, including neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and their smaller sub-factions. They were greeted by an army of protesters who were there to demonstrate that hateful ideologies aren’t welcome in public spaces.

Charlottesville really happened. Don’t look away.

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The eyes of the nation — and the world — turned to Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday after a “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally descended into chaos.

The rally brought together the members of various white nationalist hate groups, including neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and their smaller sub-factions. They were greeted by an army of protesters who were there to demonstrate that hateful ideologies aren’t welcome in public spaces.

Charlottesville really happened. Don’t look away.

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The eyes of the nation — and the world — turned to Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday after a “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally descended into chaos.

The rally brought together the members of various white nationalist hate groups, including neo-Nazis, the Ku Klux Klan, and their smaller sub-factions. They were greeted by an army of protesters who were there to demonstrate that hateful ideologies aren’t welcome in public spaces.