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A Free Self-Defense Camp in Durham Empowers LGBTQ Youth to Stand Up to Oppression

For some, martial arts are just fun. But for LGBTQ teens in Squad! Self Defense’s “Fighting Back” camp, it's a matter of survival.

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Fearing Cultural Appropriation, Our Writer Discovers a Reverent Home for Japanese Archery in North Carolina

We visit Meishin Kyudojo, a traditional Japanese archery range hidden away in Apex.

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Just for Kicks, We Get Bruised in the Triangle’s Vibrant Mixed Martial Arts Scene

Bryan Reed survives a two-month MMA training course in Durham and lives to tell of the sport’s unique history and active present in North Carolina.

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So this girl whines about "cultural appropriation" and then doesn't even know enough about what she claims to be her …

by Dude on Fearing Cultural Appropriation, Our Writer Discovers a Reverent Home for Japanese Archery in North Carolina (Other Sports)

This is a fantastic piece: Bryan did a great job of talking to a ton of important voices on the …

by jeff on Just for Kicks, We Get Bruised in the Triangle’s Vibrant Mixed Martial Arts Scene (Other Sports)

Durham Parks & Rec has pickleball as well.

by Ruby Sinreich on Fall Guide: Pickleball, human foosball and dodgeball bounce into Wheels Fun Park (Other Sports)

Saturday, June 27 @7pm at Cardinal Gibbons
Tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/june-27th-vs-nashville-nightwatch-tickets-16305081939?ref=ebtn

College Night Facebook Event:
https://www.facebook.com/events/777237882374566/

Swag: http://shop.raleigh-flyers.com …

by Casey Degnan on Raleigh Flyers soar in new pro Ultimate Disc league as the sport angles for the mainstream (Other Sports)

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So this girl whines about "cultural appropriation" and then doesn't even know enough about what she claims to be her …

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