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Grief The first time I experienced grief, it wasn’t because I had lost someone dear to me or a family member. It was me sitting alongside my uncle, he on a wooden chair padded thinly…

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Tackling Inequities Can Reduce The Burdens of Oral Health Diseases

Inequity is a disease that creates a crazy circle if not tackled. It is like a malignant growth that gets under the skin and spreads until the next generation is crippled. The evil plague of…

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If I had known, I would have listened to my father’s instruction of keeping from going out later than seven-thirty in the night

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7 reasons why women stay on in abusive relationships and domestic violence

Women are 70 times more likely to be killed in the weeks after leaving their abusive partners than at any other time during the relationship.

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Willy Edgar Jefferson Kouakou

Life is a strange adventure that teaches us lessons. It all started when I got my first educational degree in a small tow… My name is Willy-Edgar Yao Jefferson Kouakou and I am a product of determination

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Grasses Aren't Greener on the Other Side

Being strong, intelligent, creative, in charge, capable, weak, susceptible and subservient is not a function of gender but one’s personality.

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Deborah benjamin keeping it high

You have to realize that keeping mute over your sexual abuse experience will not only make you
suffer for the rest of your life,

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Leading without a position - Soul by Raúl Gil _Fotor

Those who deny freedom to others deserve it not for themselves, Abraham Lincoln said. Oftentimes one wants to do good but doesn’t know how or bends the law by being authoritative. Showing responsibility does not…

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“You’re a champion you need no further validation or whatever to operate as one”

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Should Materialism Be A True Measurement Of Success In This 21st Century?

From the article’s title, that’s a question that we all should try and give an answer to, most especially from our young people. This is usually a topic that must be deliberated and discussed by…

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Identifying and Curbing Depression by Timilehin Abioye

Truly, it is impossible to explain to others the feeling of hopelessness that might have overwhelmed you, but what if you are not the only one who has plied that road?

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GiveInternet.org | Closing the digital divide one family at a time

GiveInternet.org is a powerful and highly impactful fundraising platform where anyone can sponsor Internet access or laptops for high school students in need.

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Tired of feeling disconnected from politics? Feel that you have views to share on the major issues shaping our world? Chatham House is building a diverse community of young people from across Africa and Europe…

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the rebirth of Liah

Liah at 28 got helped, restored, rehabilitated and re-molded. The process of her redemption was truly a fight with Lucifer! It was one out of millions of similar fights, sending the ECHOES OF THEIR VOICES,…

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Mirabelle Morah speaking at Salzburg Global Seminar

She sounded like she hated me not only for not picking up the text from her, but for doing so much awesome stuff? I don’t know. Maybe. It’s super easy to get sad and discouraged when people begin to say negative things about you—to you. And trust me I know this all too well.

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Yinde Elizabeth

To Africans and the world at large, do not be afraid of failure but rather, be terrified of regrets… Do not be afraid of the word no. But be afraid of the possibility of a yes, because you might decide to quit before the clock strikes.

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