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GIANT STEP™ Jukebox - Free Music, Mp3 Player ...

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The Giant Step Jukebox is a state-of-the-art media player that streams high quality music 24/7. The jukebox includes a large archive organized by artist and is updated every monday with fresh and unreleased music.

Gil Scott-Heron, Stevie Wonder and Malcolm X - Speeches, Discography and Lyrics

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Tribute site for the three extraordinary men

Globalise Resistance - Home

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Globalise Resistance brings together groups and individuals opposed to the global growth of corporate power.

Goapele.com, Welcome to

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Goapele brings an infusion of fresh energy and a classic, yet new sound to R&B music with her sophomore set, Change It All.

Google

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Google-Search, the biggest search-engine for words, pictures, video, news and newsgroups

Green Left - Radical weekly newspaper from Australia

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In these days of growing media concentration, Green Left Weekly is a proudly independent voice committed to human and civil rights, global peace and environmental sustainability, democracy and equality.

Greenpeace International

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Greenpeace exists because this fragile earth deserves a voice. It needs solutions. It needs change. It needs action.

greenpeace-berlin Homepage

Berlin
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Environmental infos from Berlin (incl. Interview with Michael Franti from 2006-11-29@Kalkscheune/Berlin)

Grüner Salon Berlin

Berlin
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"Kein Ort in Berlin, an dem man besser entspannen, genießen und sich amüsieren könnte als der Grüne Salon in der Mitte Berlins.“ (FAZ Online)

HalloweenCostumes - Constellations Mythology

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Humanity has always looked up and found stories in the sky, connecting the dots of light to make pictures with a bit of imagination. Religion, tradition, superstition, and even practical calendar-making and navigation techniques influenced how those pictures took shape, starting many thousands of years ago with cuneiform texts written in western Asia. Although both ancient and modern influences shape how we stargaze, the shapes and stories we see in the sky come primarily from Greek and Roman traditions.

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