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Significado Da Palavra Solidariedade

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La Foto del Día: 4 de Marzo de 2016

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If you want to find happiness, find gratitude.

If you want to find happiness, find gratitude. It is our gratitude that will reveal our happiness. I love my life.

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OVER AND OUT (They All Hate Us)

OVER AND OUT

Citações Hippie,Palestina Livre,Feminismo,As Fotos,Luz,Verdades,Político,Pensamentos,De Outros

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Aimé Césaire, a poet and playwright from Martinique, was one of the founders and creators of the Negritude movement, a concept created by black politicians, intellectuals, and writers in France during the 1930s. Quite literally, the word negritude means blackness. The Negritude movement was one of s...Aimé Césaire, a poet and playwright from Martinique, was one of the founders and creators of the Negritude movement, a concept created by black politicians, intellectuals, and writers in France…

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EVENT : Different But One, 3rd December In the words of Ronald Reagan, “Peace is not the absence of conflict; it’s the ability to solve conflicts through peaceful means”. Where people co-exist in solidarity, business and development flourishes as positive energy is reflected among individuals and groups who trade with each other. The 2007’8 post-election violence was an example of a national disaster due to political dissimilarities.

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SAPPHIC Issue #1 --- colour zine

This is the first issue of SAPPHIC - a zine by and for lesbian, bisexual, pansexual and queer women. SAPPHIC aims to emphasise solidarity between these groups by collecting writing and art by different WLW on identity, experiences, thoughts, and what it means to be a girl who likes girls. Topics include: navigating identity // butch and femme sides // being misgendered // the word queer // being bisexual in an opposite-gender relationship // ...

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SAPPHIC Issue #1 --- colour zine

This is the first issue of SAPPHIC - a zine by and for lesbian, bisexual, pansexual and queer women. SAPPHIC aims to emphasise solidarity between these groups by collecting writing and art by different WLW on identity, experiences, thoughts, and what it means to be a girl who likes girls. Topics include: navigating identity // butch and femme sides // being misgendered // the word queer // being bisexual in an opposite-gender relationship // ...

Pastor Farag talks about the Islamic attack in France and what it means to Israel and America. Excellent message 1.11.15 Mideast Prophecy Update