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🧵Hilo con los estrenos de @NetflixES para 2023

Quizás voy algo tarde pero aquí quedan recopilados ;)

#Jung_E (Netflix)
🎞️ Peli
📅 20/01
📃 SciFi
👥 #KimHyunJoo y #KangSooYeon
Distopía sobre un futuro en el que el planeta es inhabitable y sólo viven aquellos que están en un refugio artificial, donde hay una guerra
#LoveToHateYou (Netflix)
📅 10/02
📃 Romcom
👥 #KimOkVin y #TeoYoo
Ella es una abogada a la q no le interesa el amor ni perder contra un hombre. Él un hombre con éxito entre las mujeres pero q no confía en ellas.
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Everything builds on prior efforts:

“The point of setting ambitious goals isn't to experience joy. It's to pursue personal growth and mastery — or to create something of value for others.” @AdamMGrant

“The single best predictor of behavior is ease — more than price, or quality, or comfort, or desire, or satisfaction." @zoebchance

Even when something is not easy, some will try to navigate the path:

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We celebrate that dance is a place where people of different backgrounds can come together around a common love for self expression through movement. But we are watching our dance communities crumble under the divisive ideology of critical theory/identity politics.
There are still racial injustices in the world. We believe that the best way to fight them is to work together as a community and as equals, regardless of skin color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, etc.
We see the racism happening in the classic sense, but we also see the racism happening within woke ideology and we are standing apart from it.
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Sono Osato was a Japanese-American dancer from Chicago who achieved early success before gov't policies targeting people of Japanese ancestry during WWII interrupted her career and broke apart her family.

#japaneseamerican #ballet #dance #ballerina #chicago
Grace Dummelle, Genealogy and Local History Library Assistant at the Newberry, discusses Sono's life and her experience during WWII.
"She was not just a ballet dancer. She danced on Broadway in the original productions of 'On the Town' and 'One Touch of Venus'."
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