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WomenWatch: EDUCATION FOR GIRLS

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Last year, I worked on a project dealing with education for girls in Ethiopia. I think that educating people is truly important because it prevents poverty and disease and overpopulation, making everyone's lives better. When you educate a female, she is likely to pass on all she has learned to her children and friends and family and community. The same is not always true for male education (although it is still very important of course!), which was why I was excited…
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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 12:48am

Focus: CLIMATE CHANGE

Evoke, next season...


To me, the most important issue in the world to solve is climate change. Although there will still be social justice issues, if climate change is much less of an issue, there would be less poverty, better economics, less war over resources, more access to basic needs, and more love :D During the next season of EVOKE (which I am already dying to sign up for after this one), I would like people to be more aware of climate change and the effects it is…
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Posted on May 7, 2010 at 11:34pm

Water Planet

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I saw this video earlier today in a presentation about Leonardo Dicaprio and I wanted to show it to the EVOKE network. Although his voice may be bothersome to some, I think the message is completely worth it. It's called Water Planet and discusses the problems behind water and how humanity has been affecting it.


Here is the YouTube link....…


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Posted on May 6, 2010 at 5:09pm

Find Yourself

The one hundred years of my life are not here with me today, but in my mind, they live on. I remember watching the world seem to set on fire in Texas as the Mars mission took off. Sitting on the shaking silver bleachers, wondering why I was not up there in the rocket. I remember the way Earth was, although not as well as I would like to. I remember the chirping of birds and waking up on a spring morning, the voices of my parents, calling me in for dinner and hearing their words through letters… Continue

Posted on May 4, 2010 at 12:57am

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