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You try to scare me. Make me shrink. Further. Make me walk the streets of my city My city Trying to take up less space.
There has been global outcry since the abduction of the #Chibokgirls (276 school girls taken from their school in Chibok, Borno State, Nigeria at night on the 14th of April 2014) by Boko Haram, an ins
الحرب ليست لُغتي war is not my language no more of yours F-16s no more of your tanks! (and your other American made deadly toys) no more of your Qassams no more! Khalas!
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Web 2.0 is a powerful tool for connecting women to resources and raising social awareness and responsibility to societal global issues.
I was married at the age of 12. I haven’t experienced even my first mensuration at that time. Since I was born I was overburdened with the responsibilities that were entwined with my female identity.
Today, women from 185 countries use World Pulse to speak out and connect, using Internet cafés and cell phones from rural villages to urban cities.
Use five adjectives to complete this sentence. My voice is clear, honest, humane, passionate, and colorful. I want to be a correspondent because:
The other night in class my professor was talking about the difference in the poems we create when we are writing out of necessity, or just writing to write: meet a deadline, get an assignment done, e