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Black and white photography trains

Author’s note: With race at the heart of this story, an editorial decision was made to identify every person’s race in this piece. This may appear jarring or unnecessary to readers, but the aim is to be fair in our descriptions of people and, more so, to draw attention to racial conceptions and how they influence awareness and decision-making processes. __________________________________ There’s good news: Over the last 15 years, Charlottesville police have drastically reduced the number.

On the 10th of May 1973 Bruce Lee was working at the Golden Harvest studio’s on the Hammer Hill Road. He was there to synchronize his new film “Enter the Dragon”. That day was very warm. The ventilators in the studio were switched off because of the noise it would cause whilst filming. During the break, Bruce went to the toilet. After 20 minutes of not returning, a colleague went to check up on him. He found Bruce.

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