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Will this historic day for wildlife bring an end to wildlife crime?

In the past 24 hours a massive mountain has shifted. The United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has passed a historic and brave resolution calling for an end to ‘illicit trafficking in wildlife’, 634 more words


Can't Tell Me Nothing

If there’s one thing that I’ve learned during my stint so far as a parent is that most people have no clue what they’re talking about when it comes to kids. 642 more words


Rolling Stone Gathers New Editor From Jann Wenner's Stable

A tumultuous 24 hours at Wenner Media began with Wednesday with the resignation of longtime Rolling Stone managing editor Will Dana; the filing of defamation lawsuits in New York federal district court by three University of Virginia fraternity members; and unconfirmed reports that Jason Fine, editor of Wenner’s lifestyle magazine… 688 more words

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A Girl Who Has Come to the Right Conclusion (though not in the view of the Jerusalem Post)

You may recall reading or hearing about Reem Sahwil, a 14-yearl-old Palestinian girl living in Germany, who  in a public forum on July 16 asked Angela Merkel a question and received from the German prime minister a reply that caused her to break into tears. 716 more words


Raining Absolute Buckets

I love the rain. I think that it’s beautiful to see the world outside me flooding, the streets i know becoming rivers. I think it’s lovely to see my entire world look like a shower, and perhaps it’s just some affirmation that the weather matches my mood. 227 more words


Managing emotions: Minimizing workplace Outburst

Relieving emotions by virtue of crying, anger and yelling are common practice; each of these physiological responses are categorized as coping mechanisms, nevertheless in relation to the workplace it is weighed as a measure of character. 565 more words