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September 11, 2001–the day that changed the country, the world (or at least our view of it)– still weighs on our American memory 13 years later. Today, plenty of Americans will take the time to stop and recollect where they were right when they found out about the attacks, when...

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Fifty-one years have passed since the historical March on Washington, but Americans everywhere still know Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s dream: “I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: We hold these truths to be self-evident;...

Throwback Thursday: Female Firsts Aug07

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Lately, the media and social media have shed a lot of light on pro-feminism and antifeminism movements. With the help of UN Ambassador Emma Watson, the UN Women helped stand up for women’s rights to laugh in public when the Turkish deputy prime minister said in a controversial speech that...

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Most companies espouse the virtues of diversity in the workplace and make a concerted effort to recruit people from diverse backgrounds and also showcase their multifaceted workforce. However, just because a company chooses to hire workers of different ethnicities, that doesn’t mean...

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Sixteen years ago, a tale of an eleven-year-old wizard captured the minds of children and young adults across the world. At the time, not many could have predicted just how big of a deal this scrawny boy with untidy black hair and circular glasses would be one day. But alas, Harry Potter,...

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