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Scott Peterson Jul 16
Really Like this as a Social Justice Innovator. Worth clicking on it to expand and read.
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women wake Jul 16
If you think your religion requires discrimination, you're probably misreading your faith.
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G.S. Muse 14h
It amazes me that there are those who are so concerned with "Social Justice" yet these are the same people who curse the Capitalists who are raising billions of people around the world out of poverty.
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Dr. CTM Jul 17
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Mind of Jamal 6h
This should be a political ad I described. When they want to show injustice from the 60s people should show those who cry about those injustices committing crimes today. Victims are not a particular color so stop acting as if it is morons.
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Dionnie Wynter Pfunde 8h
Moderating: SOCIAL JUSTICE A CHRISTIANS RIGHT TO STAND You make a living by what you get - you make a life by what you give. Thank you Attorney Stacey Bradbury for the invitation to serve.
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HouseStories 9h
Replying to @TexasTribune
No because there are too few regulations, the designs are not made with the most vulnerable in mind and business overrides enforcement. Its a issue as well as an engineering issue.
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L.Murugan, V.C - NCSC Jul 19
Hon'ble Vice Chairman visited Salem district and Review Meeting with District Collector and officials in the eyes of the news.
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Karthick Jul 19
is really Super 30, And for this who think this movie supports reservation based on economy, Well it doesn't, the "Poor People" shown in the movie are ACTUALLY poor & based on the occupation of their parents, they are also "Considered" socially backward.
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Gary Benefield 11h
Professional growth and opportunities are powerful, but take commitment and action.
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EATegrity Jul 13
So met with a “new” Neighbour friend last night and was encouraged and inspired by knowing like-minded women are part of the community I live in (finally!) - she loaned me this to read ~ so grateful to know other women seeking in my area of abode
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Blher Podcast Jul 19
Blending together professional backgrounds of law and nonprofit, we bring unique perspectives to hard topics. This covers everything from , , news, and through the lenses of blackness, feminism and progressive Christianity.
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Greg Katz Jul 18
This is about climate change. Not environmental but social climate. Our country is heating up. Everyday I emotionally and spiritually sweat. I feel as a culture we’re parched. We’re thirsty and looking for relief and I ask myself if the well is dry?
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EYEJ 8h
We'd like to congratulate Levite Pierre, an integral member of EYEJ, who was recently featured in the 14th Who's Who in Black Cleveland! This book aims to recognize the unsung heroes and leaders in every field of our communities.
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Apostatus Maximus Jul 11
If it uses the prefix "social", it's actually antisocial. If it calls itself a "justice" movement, it's advocating injustice at public expense.
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Danielle Jul 13
True Justice: Bryan Stevenson's Fight for Equality - Watch the Original Documentary A must see if one wishes to be informed about the lack of justice, equity and equality in our country
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ANZSWWER Jul 14
This is a must read for us all about the road to Indigenous recognition by Professor Megan Davis - good resource for students too about the history and process
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WVU Parkersburg 15h
The OPEN Project (Opening Pathways to Equity Now) is looking for Task Force members, and duties will include taking the former Social Justice Committee's charge of bringing excellent programming to campus! Check your WVU Parkersburg email to learn how to apply.
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Lesley van Schoubroeck 24h
Must see Must Read for all people who care about
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Bernie Compton Jul 14
Thanks to the contributors and for this book!! Excited to dive in!
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