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As He Leaves Office, Nigerian President's Parting Gift a Lifesaver for Girls
Society & Culture  (tags: children, abuse, culture, family, GoodNews, government, law, politics, rights, society, women, world, violence )

Cheryl A
- 4 hours ago - takepart.com
Banning a dangerous practice will save lives and expand opportunity for women in Africa's most populous country. It's about time...peace.
Why I Am Glad I Am Leaving America | Alternet
Society & Culture  (tags: usa, violence, rights, safety, humans, politics, media, culture, ethics, family, freedoms, children, police, society, world, dishonesty, abuse, law, government, death, news, crime )

Milde
- 5 hours ago - alternet.org
For the past couple of years the summers, like hurricanes, have had names. Not single names like Katrina or Floyd âEUR" but full names like Trayvon Martin or Michael Brown. Like hurricanes, their arrival was both predictable and predicted, and yet somehow,
Jimmy Carter: 'Losing My Religion For Equality'
Society & Culture  (tags: Jimmy Carter, Christianity, religion, activists, women, girls, culture, education, health, politics, ethics, human rights, Jesus, mohammed )

Lynn
- 6 hours ago - dailykos.com
Over the years, Jimmy Carter, a devout Christian, has become a very strong proponent of women's rights, to a point where he has spoken out against the falsehoods and extremism we see within the 'religion' of Christianity today.
Five Things You Think You Know About July 4th That Are Wrong - The Washington Post
Society & Culture  (tags: usa, rights, politics, law, safety, society, violence, ethics, abuse, dishonesty )

Milde
- 7 hours ago - washingtonpost.com
Back by popular demand (well, I like them), are the top five myths about Independence Day, adapted from George Mason UniversityâEUR(TM)s History News Network:
What, to the American Slave, Is Your 4th of July?âEUR(TM)
Society & Culture  (tags: government, law, rights, politics, violence )

Cheryl A
- 1 day ago - nationofchange.org
"Frederick Douglass told a crowd gathered in Rochester, N.Y., on July 5, 1852 that to slaves the white man's celebration of the Fourth of July is a "sham." Peace.
   

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