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Peer Health Exchange Jun 21
What are moments in history that resonate with your idea of liberation? Share your story using the hashtag
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Falkland Islands Jun 15
Also sadly little to no mention of in the mainstream media yesterday. RT if you think it’s important to remember and honour the sacrifices made for freedom and democracy.
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Peer Health Exchange Jun 20
We're celebrating June 21! How does or how could “liberation” show up for you in your work for health equity?
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Hamoud “jimbo” al harbi Jun 15
It was an easy edit tho ( narcos opening credits, Kuwaiti version)
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Dyfed Shires Jun 16
Welcome to the world our newest addition Dyfed Liberation 'Archie' Named to commemorate in the Falkland Islands. Remembering all those who sacrificed, served and continue to serve freedom.
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D'Andre White Jun 21
Storm the camps, free the prisoners, execute the guards
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Cally 😎 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿💞🇯🇪 Jun 17
still looking bright and cheery after the celebrations
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Peer Health Exchange Jun 21
Today is at Peer Health Exchange! Our offices will be closed today to provide staff a day to honor and reflect on the historic significance of and the .
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Gary Duff-Godfrey Jun 16
No mention of in the media but reports of cows invade residential street in Stockport, clearly more New’s worthy.
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Peer Health Exchange Jun 21
is a day that celebrates the end of slavery in the United States. Learn more about this day in history and why celebrating is as important as ever via
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London Mint Office Jun 15
To mark the anniversary of the liberation of the Falkland Islands we were delighted to present Porthcawl Museum with a beautiful set of replica medals awarded to honour the bravery of servicemen and civilians in that conflict.
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Peer Health Exchange Jun 20
Liberation Day is June 21 at Peer Health Exchange. We’re taking time out to honor the importance of historic events of and the . What would it take to achieve liberation within our communities? Share your reflections using the hashtag
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Falkland Islands Jun 15
Thank you for all the lovely messages yesterday. No matter the conflict, it’s vitally important that we remember and honour the sacrifices made so that peace and freedom can prevail. Forever thankful: 🇬🇧🇬🇧
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Tamsin Thomas Jun 15
I'm honoured to have been in the to mark the 2019 paying my respects in the morning and with a busy afternoon serving behind the bar.
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NorthumbrianMag1892 Jun 15
IF and its a massive IF as Fat Mike is involved and we all know just what a horrible spiteful basta*d he is. Every supporter should meet at the Monument and walk to our beloved ground in what could only be described as a victory parade!
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the big woman Jun 19
In Charlottesville, we celebrate the arrival of Union troops and the liberation of over 14k enslaved men, women, and children in Albemarle County on March 3 (1865) . We also celebrate and the freedom of African Americans across the U.S.
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Mwiseneza K.A.Aziz Jun 16
The moment you hear that the Liberator is around !Proud to be ! .
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Peer Health Exchange Jun 20
is a monument that shares the stories of the in 1969. Check out the amazing online monument where you can explore the early years of + history.
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Poppy Tonbridge Jun 15
A day after my thoughts turn to those who celebrated victory, and mourned losses of friends and comrades. A tribute to all those who fought for the people of the Falklands, and those who still are haunted by those times.
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flo jack Jun 15
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