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Zuckerberg Vows Facebook Will Fight Hate

August 21, 2017

In reaction to word that Nazis, the KKK, and their “alt-right” comp-hatriots may be using his social network to plan and promote more hate rallies, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to his own Facebook profile to vow that…

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Native American Banned From Wearing Moccasins At High School Graduation (VIDEO)

May 31, 2016

This is why one cannot “get over” racism: A Waldorf, Maryland, girl wants to receive her high school diploma dressed in a traditional Navajo ceremonial dress, with moccasins, but is being prohibited due to the school’s dress code. Dylan McCabe…

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Sexism In Advertising Is Getting Worse; Here’s Why (VIDEO)

December 28, 2015

The problem with sexism in advertising in a nutshell. President John F. Kennedy said in a 1947 speech criticizing Congressional Republicans’ approach to governing, “no matter how big the lie; repeat it often enough and the masses will regard it…

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Farkhunda Malikzada: A Casualty In Radical Islam’s War On Women And Girls (VIDEO)

December 27, 2015

What happened to Farkhunda Malikzada? Farkhunda Malikzada was a 27-year-old Muslim woman falsely accused of burning a copy of the Quran in Kabul, Afghanistan. The accusations led to her brutal death at the hands of rioters and an angry crowd…

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Non-Profit Empowers Young Girls In Afghanistan Through Skateboarding (VIDEO)

December 24, 2015

In Afganistan, girls do not participate in sports, but with skateboarding, this Aussie found a loophole Australian native Oliver Percovich began skateboarding on his sixth birthday while growing up in Papua New Guinea, and ever since it was an embedded…

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Vengeful God, Spiteful Kids: How Religion Encourages Antisocial Behavior In Children

November 7, 2015

Does religion encourage morality? According to Pew Research Data, a majority of the world believes that religion is a necessary requisite to a moral framework. 53 percent of Americans subscribe to this view. Social science is increasingly calling into question…

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