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American Friends Service Committee is Today's Religious topic of the Day (09/13/14)

Taken from the Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of World Religions

Here is a dose of daily religion from A to Z.

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…still october – nabila, us president, us media, malala…

On 29 October, a terrific Tuesday in Washington, DC, not to be confused with Terror Tuesday of the US President, five members of the US Congress jeopardized their careers by participating in hearings on the US use of drones and the resulting victims in Pakistan. 809 more words


“The most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the feeling of being unloved”

~ Mother Teresa of Calcutta

“People are generally irrational, unreasonable and selfish. They deserve to be loved, anyway”

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Ada Aharoni Nominated to the Nobel Peace Prize for 2013

Ada wishes to thank the IFLAC Peace Ambassadors and members for supporting the nomination of her and IFLAC to the Nobel Prize for Peace.

In the… 586 more words


Remembering Dr. King

You know, every year when I post things about MLK Jr on his birthday or the actual holiday, it never fails that a debate is sparked over whether or not he was a Republican or a Democrat. 234 more words

Three women's rights activists win Nobel Peace Prize

Three women’s rights activists
win Nobel Peace Prize

October 7, 2011 |  4:03 am   LATimes


 Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, her compatriot Leymah Gbowee and Tawakul Karman of Yemen were recognized for their nonviolent activism. 835 more words

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Congratulations to the female Nobel Peace Prize winners: Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, women's rights activist Leymah Gbowee and activist Tawakkul Karman of Yemen

Africa’s first democratically elected female president, a Liberian campaigner against rape and a woman who stood up to Yemen’s autocratic regime won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday in recognition of the importance of women’s rights in the spread of global peace. 43 more words

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