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The Earthquake in Amatrice, Italy
1 year ago

The Earthquake in Amatrice, Italy

News broke this morning of a devastating earthquake that occurred in Amatrice, Italy. On the Richter scale, the earthquake was a 5.5 and led to a death toll of at least 132 with …
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Working in America
1 year ago

Working in America

America has always been known as the land of opportunities: where one who has nothing can pull themselves up from their bootstraps, work hard, and achieve anything they choose. It has never …
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The Past Two Days in Europe
1 year ago

The Past Two Days in Europe

I waited to write about these two incidents because I wanted to have as much information I can before I actually expand upon them. What Europe endured during the past …
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The Flip Side of Black Lives Matter…White Privilege
1 year ago

The Flip Side of Black Lives Matter…White Privilege

The Black Lives Matter movement has been revamped and reenergized with the two most recent, publicized shootings. Alton Sterling and Philando Castile unjustly lost their lives to police brutality. Following their deaths, twelve cops …
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Why the Hell Hasn’t the U.S. Accepted More Refugees?
1 year ago

Why the Hell Hasn’t the U.S. Accepted More Refugees?

One of Donald Trumps earliest controversial statements is that if he becomes president, he will ban all Muslims from entering the United States. As awful as that statement is in and of …
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Orange is the New Black and the United States (Faulty) Criminal Justice System
1 year ago

Orange is the New Black and the United States (Faulty) Criminal Justice System

As I close the amazing chapter that was my visit to Israel, I am beginning to think about the social injustices back home. I learned about many international problems and foreign …
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Never Again…Really? Post-Holocaust Genocides
1 year ago

Never Again…Really? Post-Holocaust Genocides

I wrote a post a few days back about my recent visit to Yad Vashem, the largest Holocaust Memorial and Museum in the world. It proves to be an incredibly harrowing and …
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The People Who Have the Least to Give, Give the Most
1 year ago

The People Who Have the Least to Give, Give the Most

It is the eve of my last day in Jerusalem, and I am a total mess. I am so incredibly sad to be leaving such an important historic area of the world, irreplaceable holy sites, and most …
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How A $300,000 Dollar Handbag Explains the World’s Problems
1 year ago

How A $300,000 Dollar Handbag Explains the World’s Problems

As I watched British News this evening in Israel, I saw something they did a feature on. Apparently earlier in the month of June, at Christie’s in Hong Kong, celebrated …
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When the Selfie Phenomenon Transcends All Boundaries
1 year ago

When the Selfie Phenomenon Transcends All Boundaries

Shalom, everyone!

I am currently writing from my hotel room in Jerusalem, Israel. I traveled to the Promised Land and have learned so much in my day and a half in the …
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