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Diana Zhapa
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Diana Zhapa commented on Jose Ramirez's blog post Local Problems That Could Be Faced In The Future - LEARN7
"I like this part of your post. " Not only is it our Libraries but many things in our community. I know another huge budget cut will be affecting New York City schools and our school is already poor as it is! >,< lo.""
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Diana Zhapa commented on Hannah Kohn's blog post LEARN5-Teaching Children How To Use Money
"I like your post Hannah."
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"oops True True"
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Diana Zhapa commented on shehrina's blog post Braking News!!!!
"Ture Ture"
Apr 21, 2010
shehrina commented on Diana Zhapa's blog post No Title
"I think that even tho we came all this way we still have a long way to go and achieve a lot more."
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Diana Zhapa commented on Alchemy's page Future of Money - Learn
"I was reading this article o money and there is this quote that caught my eye " In normal circ***tances retail barter is much less important but its persistence has puzzled some economists. The magazine Exchange and Mart devoted partly to…"
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Diana Zhapa commented on Alchemy's page Water Crisis - Act
"That is so true water is mostly contain of bacteria."
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Aaron Freeman commented on Diana Zhapa's blog post Food Security
"True, true"
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Learned thart spent the past decade helping the city you live in, or nearest to, become more resilient. Now it's time to show the world all the amazing changes you've made.

Learned thart spent the past decade helping the city you live in, or nearest to, become more resilient. Now it's time to show the world all the amazing changes you've made. Continue

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 3:47pm

I was reading thsi article. AND there is quote that caught my attention " city is already taking to increase its resilience. Most major cities today have websites or online reports dedicated to the t…

I was reading thsi article. AND there is quote that caught my attention " city is already taking to increase its resilience. Most major cities today have websites or online reports dedicated to the topic of urban resilience. Many others smaller cities have web pages dedicated to resilience topics like disaster response, civic engagement, local food supply, or "green" reform".

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Posted on April 15, 2010 at 3:45pm

I was reading this article ans this caught my attentio0n " women have come a long way since the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but even today they earn roughly 23 percent les…

I was reading this article ans this caught my attentio0n " women have come a long way since the Equal Pay Act of 1963 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964, but even today they earn roughly 23 percent less than men and make up only 3 percent of the Fortune 500 chief executives. It is, however, in the MENA region that the gap between the rights of men and those of women has been the most visible and severe." Continue

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 3:36pm — 1 Comment

I was reading thsi article on Money and something caught my eye " Although the study indicates that a substantial deficit in women's rights persists in every country in the MENA region, the findings …

I was reading thsi article on Money and something caught my eye " Although the study indicates that a substantial deficit in women's rights persists in every country in the MENA region, the findings also include notable progress, particularly in terms of economic opportunities, educational attainment, and political participation."

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Posted on April 15, 2010 at 3:31pm

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New ATM

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