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How Black Lives Matter Uses Social Media to Fight the Power

IN THE 1960S, if you were a civil rights worker stationed in the Deep South and you needed to get some urgent news out to the rest of the world—word of a beating or an activist’s arrest or some brewing state of danger—you would likely head straight for a telephone. 2,371 more words

#blacklivesmatter

34 & 35 Weeks

How far along?: I am 35 weeks and 4 days today!

Size of the Baby: At 34 weeks, Nora was the size of a butternut squash.   1,508 more words

Journey

Too many questions, no answers...

What do You do? What do You do, when there are no answers, too many questions and too many unknowns? I don’t know what You do, but I go numb, I get overwhelmed and my brain and body just go numb. 434 more words

Child Loss

Senate accuses Fashola of contract inflation

The Senate may probe the Ministry of Power, Works and Housing, headed by Mr. Babatunde Fashola and the Bureau of Public Procurement over alleged inflation of the costs of some contracts awarded by his ministry, Punch reports. 364 more words

News

What does the LPC not teach you?

Having not started my training contract (“TC”) yet (countdown to Sept 2017) most of this post is based on what friends have told me about starting their training contracts and how different it is compared to the LPC version. 630 more words

Law

Path to studying the right way

I’m a genius. So it turns out that I’ve been approaching my GDL studying backwards. At BPP Law School, you are meant to read the books, attend the lecture (listen to the recorded lecture if you are doing it by distance learning like I am), prepare your answer for tutorial questions, go through the questions during the tutorial to make sure you’ve learned the material and consolidate. 259 more words

Law School