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International Women’s Day: The Fight Goes On

International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate what women around the globe have accomplished. It is also a reminder of all the issues that still need to be addressed and tackled. Often, I hear that fighting for women’s rights is not necessary. And part of me aches inside to hear …

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Want to Fight for Immigrants? Here’s Why and How

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Garcia, a mother in Phoenix, is on her way to work at the amusement park, distracted with worry about her son’s cold. She punches in, walks toward her station, waving at her friend, but someone grabs her arm. She turns to see a pair of Border Patrol agents and her …

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“Who Will Keep The Dream Alive Now” [Poem]

Complacent in our stations of hatred, feel like I’m facing this nation alone Pacing through this matrix the moans, and the screams it seems we can never rise up, getting tied up since before the screens on the tv, the screens now is in our minds opaque cant see past …

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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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How Can Social Entrepreneurs Contribute to Society?

An entrepreneur is often defined as someone who sees a social problem in his community and comes up with a new idea, method or business to respond to it. But the truth has more to it than this; their impact is really important and more significant than we can imagine. …

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