It's hard to find anything cuter than puppy antics. In a recent video, a professional sports broadcaster in the UK uploaded a competition video featuring his adorable Labrador Retrievers and his expert sports commentary in a competitive match over a dog toy. This video of two dogs in a "bone competition" is the only sporting event you need. Dog owner and sports broadcaster Andrew Cotter , is a commentator for the BBC's sports coverage, including golf, rugby, and tennis. With sports on pause, he's recently gone viral for his adorable commentary while his two Labrador Retrievers wrestle a fake bone.
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The sacrifice of soldiers killed during World Wars One and Two is well-documented. But the efforts of munitions workers stained yellow by toxic chemicals is a story much less told. A campaign now hopes to honour the so-called Canary Girls, who risked life and limb to supply ammunition to the frontline. In , while men were fighting on the battlefields, thousands of women were answering the government's cry for help by joining the war effort.
On a recent episode of "Oprah's Lifeclass," Iyanla Vanzant joined Oprah to discuss the issue of colorism , the prejudices people can face based on the lightness or darkness of their skin tone. While many understand colorism as the discrimination against darker-skinned African-Americans, two of Oprah's lighter-skinned audience members surprise Iyanla with the colorism discrimination they face as well. Though one of the women has seen first-hand how some of her darker-skinned family members are treated, she says that she, too, struggled with discrimination. Having longer hair or lighter skin, she continues, makes others in her community assume she thinks she is prettier than them -- something she says simply isn't true. You're never black enough," she says.