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I would hope that women I had empowered to pursue and education will have taken full advantage of the opportunity presented and have received an education that will improve their lives and the lives around them. I would hope that some women had gone so far that they were now in positions of authority and were helping multitudes of people with perhaps the same problems we are discussing here on evoke. They are making a great change in the world around them.
Posted on May 2, 2015 at 10:02am
Coming from a line of very strong women I have always had support towards women's equal opportunities. Though I haven't gotten around to completing this objective I'm sure that once I explain it to my family they will have no problem contributing. I believe they would most likely contribute to something with women's education as my grandmother was the first woman in our family to pursue an education and it wasn't until her late late 50's when she had raised all of her kids.
Posted on May 2, 2015 at 9:55am
I would like to interview United Nations Special Envoy Gordon Brown and ask how he would create an atmosphere plagued by a Jihadist group, safe for young girls to go to school. Boko Haram kidnapped many little girls in the act to discouraging them from attending school and in doing so many students no longer attend school in Nigeria and such places. My questions would be how is the U.N. going to support the attempt to keep schools safe? How could he also educate parents on the necessity of…Continue
Posted on May 2, 2015 at 9:25am
In the barracks it is sometimes we cadets find necessary to barter. Just tonight I missed dinner and was out of money so I bartered some blue books and computer paper (which the lab was out of), and help with spanish homework for Chinese food and it worked out very well without the need for monetary funds.
Posted on May 2, 2015 at 9:08am