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Is Anyone Really Surprised? - School Grades Improve When Cell Phones Are Banned....

However, the significance of the improvement is what might be surprising

(Via MNN) […] To date, schools that have tried to enforce a “no electronics” policy have met with backlash from parents who want their kids to have access to a phone in case of an emergency. 261 more words

Education

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

No study was needed anyone that still has a functioning brain could see the young walking down the streets working the mobile devices (like shown in this pictures). I would also bet they get into more accidents not even counting driving.

The downfall of Christianity in Europe

in 1910 some 66 per cent of the world’s Christians lived in Europe. Now that number has fallen to about 25.

We are living through the biggest religious transition since the Reformation of the 16th Century,” says Linda Woodhead, professor of the sociology of religion at Lancaster University. 592 more words

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Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

It's very simple, Mohammad was the first anti-Christ then he came back as Marx's the third time is the last and it could be Obama.

Happy Africa Day: UN Chief Spotlights Continents' Achievements, Reflects on Challenges of 2015

According to UN.org, Africa Day is an opportunity to celebrate the continent’s achievements and to reflect on its challenges, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today, highlighting the courage and determination it took to make remarkable progress to end the Ebola outbreak and urging leaders to commit to ending violence against women and empower them. 451 more words

National

Pope’s Media Organizing for Climate Change

Catholic parishioners across the country will soon be getting hit hard with a well-organized marketing campaign of the Pope’s environmental agenda. 84 more words

Climate Change

HIV/AIDS and Our Responsibilities - Media Workshop -

Today, 35 million people are living with HIV/AIDS. Since the first HIV positive person identified, there are 78 million people infected by the virus worldwide and approximately 39 million were deceased to date from 1987…

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AIDS

Palestinian Government Pledges Support For Bedouin Community Facing Ethnic Cleansing By Israel

RAMALLAH (Ma’an) — Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah on Sunday pledged $50,000 to the Bedouin community of Abu Nuwwar east of Jerusalem that is currently facing forced displacement by Israeli forces. 453 more words

Palestine

Ban Ki-moon : Ireland Is A Strong Proponent Of Human Rights, Seen In Marriage Referendum Results

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon spoke about Ireland’s Marriage Equality Referendum yesterday (Sunday 24th) as he received the Tipperary International Peace Award, at the Ballykisteen Hotel & Golf Resort. 387 more words

LGBT