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Why Socially Illiterate Parents are a Global Issue

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Among all kinds of illiteracy, illiteracy of the main principles and values of our community is the most dangerous one. Social illiteracy imperils humanity and affects our world. Illiteracy has taken only one form for a very long time in terms of reading and writing, but nowadays, this term needs …

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Using Art as Resistance

Using art to make a change

It feels like every day there is a new CNN update that pops on my phone that just scares the living daylights out of me. Executive orders, cabinet appointees, travel bans, and environmental concerns are just a few of the daily notifications I see on my phone. A question that …

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Facilitating a Meeting? 2 Quick Tips

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Whether or not you’re in a formal leadership role, you’ll almost certainly end up facilitating a meeting at some point. And it’s a great skill to have, if only so you can help ensure the meetings you’re part of are efficient and productive (who doesn’t want that?!). Here are some …

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What it means to defund Planned Parenthood

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On  January 27, Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the March for Life.  March for life is a pro-life march that took place a week after the Women’s March. Pence was the first Vice President to ever attend the march, showing the importance of the march to the current administration. Pence said, …

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How Youth Can Be Change Makers

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Young people are not only the leaders of tomorrow, they are also the change makers of today. They are contributing to changing the world around them in every way possible, because to be a change maker you don’t have to wait to be an adult. You can start right now and …

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