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I, maybe more than most people, can completely understand why broke white folks get pissed when the word "privilege" is thrown around. As a child I was constantly discriminated against because of my poverty, and those wounds still run deep....

Explaining White Privilege To A Broke White Person

Article : "Explaining White Privilege to a Broke White Person" by Gina Crosley Corcoran, for Huffington Post

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Scots in Poland 1576 - 1793

Polish Eagle Crest On Red Disc Glass Ornament

Polish Eagle Crest On Red Disc Glass Ornament from Bronner’s Christmas store of Christmas ornaments and Christmas lights

The northeast of Poland is a vast expanse of little-known, interlinked lakes and rivers. From the fi... - Christian Kober/Getty Images

Top 10 things to do in Poland. The northeast of Poland is a vast expanse of little-known, interlinked lakes and rivers.

- Nativity Scenes, Szopka,-Xmas crib made from card and paper in Krakow Poland

Krakow szopka (or creche) (Poland) Polish nativity modelled after medieval churches, particularly those in Krakow; the first floor often displays historical figurines in a Polish setting, while second floor features Bethlehem and the traditional nativity

You think you know Polish history? Check your knowledge with our introductory Polish history quiz.

How Much Do You Know About Polish History? [QUIZ] - You think you know Polish history? Check your knowledge with our introductory Polish history quiz.

Polish Language Blog Polish liqueurs called ‘nalewka‘ (singular) or ‘nalewki‘ (plural) in original, are alcoholic extracts from fruit, spices, flowers or herbs. Usually Polish nalewka contains 40-45 per cent of alcohol just like vodka does. Another popular kind is honey liqueurs. Quite specific liqueurs made of spices has following Polish names: ‘kardamonka‘ (cardamom), ‘krambambula‘ (honey + cinnamon + pepper + other spices) or ‘imbirówka‘ (ginger).

Back to Basics of the Polish language. The Polish Alphabet (Alfabet Polski).

First Year Polish (Oscar E. Swan)

Polish Art Center - First Year Polish, second edition, revised and expanded.

Jan Pawel II Spiewa Koledy - John Paul II Sings Polish Carols

Polish Art Center - Spiewajacy Swiety - John Paul II Sings Patriotic And Religious Songs

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