This formula, replicated, has the ability to empower and inspire many individuals across Africa
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There’s a new tool in the war against cyberbullying.
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Same-sex marriage is not a 20th century phenomenon; couples have long claimed the right to marry.
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A Native American scholar explains why so little has changed despite the apparent victory of the protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
Research shows that kindness towards oneself, or self compassion, could improve motivation.
Parfitt and Michael occupied different spaces within the mainstream, though illustrated just how wide it has become.
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A number of novels provide links between risk-assessment, financial speculation, and terrorism.
In the 1920s and early 1930s, American journalists tended the ascendant fascists on a normal footing.
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