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Skip navigation! Story from World News. Photographer Nicola Bailey was traveling through southwestern Ethiopia, documenting the challenges faced by one of the region's largest tribal groups , when she was given the opportunity to witness a landmark coming-of-age ritual of the Hamar people: the bull-jumping ceremony. The centerpiece of the ceremony, a challenge where a young man must cross the backs of a line of cows, determines whether he is ready to join the ranks of adults in the tribal group and marry.
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A video clip of a young black girl getting struck with a bullwhip by a white man in a cowboy hat at an annual event called Territory Days in Old Colorado City has gone viral and has launched a controversy over the intent of the demonstration. The festival took place over Memorial Day weekend and attracted thousands, with the event website boasting food, beer gardens, live entertainment, Native American dancers and Old West traditions, among other activities and vendors. Event attendees were invited to experience the cracking sound and the whip wrapping around them. Those who viewed the viral video clip did not take kindly to its representation.
In three young Quaker women from England came to Dover. True to their faith, they preached against professional ministers, restrictions on individual conscience, and the established customs of the church-ruled settlement. They openly argued with Dover's powerful Congregational minister John Reyner. For six weeks the Quaker women held meetings and services at various dwellings around Dover.
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