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Repressive regimes employ religion to enhance their corroded political projects.
Since the Army claims it isn't recruiting youth under 17, why not codify this restriction into local law?
"The children's books are for my 9-year-old daughter. Something short that I can read to her on the phone, but long enough not to be childish. She is a smart and beautiful girl."
Summary:Youth conduct power analyses of policies and institutions that specifically affect people of color and poor communities.
Summary:When literature is negated from a community, young people lose an important means of creating and carrying their own tools of success, and imagining their own future.
Summary:"I remember when we had our first protests we used to hide our faces behind the poster boards because we were nervous and embarrassed."
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