Category: Human Rights

WORLD CITIZENS UNITE FOR EACH OTHER (THE WORLD HATE CRISIS)

World Citizens Unite For Each Other // The World Hate Crisis

“When you the division maker threaten the society against each other to only divide us, it is then we the world citizens awaken stronger and unite for each other.” As we the citizens fight for each other, I want all of you to remember, when and where there is no one, we must be there

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MY MOVEMENT TO END HATE CRIMES / THE WORLD HATE CRISIS

The World Hate Crisis / My Movement To End Hate Crimes

My movement to end hate crimes Violence roaming around in the dark corners of a nation is crippling humanity. Hate brewing within houses, smells stronger than the smell of freshly brewed coffee. Within these homes, instead of fresh baked breads being baked in the oven, are being baked hate crimes. Dawn sparkles glitters of hope

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ENDING VIOLENCE AND THE WORLD HATE CRISIS

(ANN MARIE RUBY) ENDING VIOLENCE AND THE WORLD HATE CRISIS

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” -Martin Luther King Jr Dawn approaches upon our door after the dark night comes to an end. My eyes catch the glimpse of hope every morning I appear before dawn. Victory be to dawn as

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BEGINNING A MOVEMENT – THE WORLD HATE CRISIS

BEGINNING A MOVEMENT - THE WORLD HATE CRISIS

BEGINNING A MOVEMENT – THE WORLD HATE CRISIS Dawn had awakened all to a new day, with hope and blessings. Today, I had awakened to pain and hurt as I could not prevent myself from watching the news. Sri Lanka is a country I have never been to. Yet, my tears would let you think

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ENDING THE STIGMA AROUND MENSTRUATION |AD|

ENDING THE STIGMA AROUND MENSTRUATION

A humanitarian traveler I had become through the obstacles of life. As I traveled down this path, I had encountered spirituality. I knew I must light up the candles of hope for myself and all others who need my helping hands. This journey had also brought within my path, a visit from a stranger known

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