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chinazor onianwah Apr 19
Replying to @TaRessaTalks
should be determined by how anyone has self-identified in the census, school records, medical and religious baptismal. Sift the wheat from the chaff.
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Rosa Delia de los Reyes 8h
Heart of Jesus, your kingdom come to us. Jesus, meek and humble of heart. Make my heart similar to yours. Heart of Mary, protect the Honor Guard. 6 to 7 pm: Dominations - For the poor, those who suffer. Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust in you ❤    
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M Shendal Apr 20
still not a satisfactory resolution to the enormous and purposeful debacle AA put me through.
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lovely little red poet Apr 17
If I can’t begin to accept that he is being sincere, how will I ever be able to know and accept it as truth? How can I expect him to keep showing me over n over- learning his way back just as awkwardly-if I’m not willing to accept there are times HE ACTUALLY MEANS IT?
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Pan African Thought 19h
European parliament approves African reparations resolution, ignores ongoing injustice at its own hands.
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BSCAGirlsGroup Apr 15
A fantastic example of how prison can help provide key skills to offenders ready for release in an effort to minimise re-offending and promote rehabilitation. Links to Unit 4 Crime and punishment.
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Remedi Apr 16
Quote from a young lady engaging with who said reparation is "redeeming yourself for your past actions!"
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Remedi Apr 18
Pictures from todays session. The young person helped create a path to make it more accessible for parents to let their children play in the woodland area.
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AlishaGray M.S.,M.P.H. Apr 14
Replying to @ScholarNagaMama
argument. Do not make this mistake. Although difficult and uncomfortable, the conversation must be deconstructed properly; for various reasons. And, not just our 'coin'. , not more racist-separation. Don't let those racist after fool you.
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KoolDreddy Apr 17
definitely deserves , the issue is the divisive language & the total disregard of history. Insurance giant, , an AMERICAN corp, made huge profits off slavery. They didn't have 1 book for American, another for Caribbean, they insured "goods". Stop erasing
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peter muraya Apr 14
Replying to @LisaHyperMusiq @burj
everything bout inna disguise but me steill a keep tell the @pussyPathologist mi had a dream last night say we go be Large than (Khalifa) we haffi get compensation
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Prince Valiant Apr 18
Yes. Also African Americans can and should sue and every U.S. corporation (they all are successors of slavery system) for unpaid wages, with interest and penalties.
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Jess Wright Apr 18
25million in taxpayer money!!! We need !
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Robin Lennon Apr 20
Of course this is something she wants to do. BTW, has been prosecuted/made for stealing employment from a true yet?
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Dr Karen Gaunson Apr 19
These children have seen things they cannot unsee. Many are no longer out of sight & will increasingly be able to tell their stories of neglect & harm caused by Australia’s inhumane policies. Time for
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Relevant🇺🇸 Apr 13
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Sharanjeet Parmar Apr 13
Refusal of the British government to apologize for Jallianwala massacre just another show of cowardice in facing it’s devastating colonial past
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O Ταλτας Apr 18
Millions Fought to End Believed it as Justice/Right thing to do, 100's Thousands Died, Now "Woe Is Me-Monopoly of Misery" Slacker , KowTows to with Promises from their Descendents!!
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Allies.Care Apr 17
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Dzifah R. Hiatsi Apr 18
Thank you for your drive. in my experience and millions of people of color, the old saying "action speaks louder" remains
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