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WHY SPORTS FANS ARE SPORTS FANS

Different people take sports differently. Some say its just a waste of time. Some say that the time spent into sports is one of the most productive and effective time. Human beings have differents perspectives and point of view. But as we all know and can clearly see that there are more people in this world who are more interested about sports than who are not. According to a recent research, there 65% (approximately) sports fans in this Earth. So, […]

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Movie Review: Joker

“IS IT JUST ME OR IS IT GETTING CRAZIER OUT THERE?” Arthur Fleck (Joker) Synopsis: The movie is a partial adaptation of the DC comic ‘The Killing Joke’ and the 1983 Americal satire ‘The King of Comedy’. Party clown at the morning and a failed commedian at night, Arthur Fleck (Joaquin Phoenix) tries his best to fit into the corrupted and rotten society of Gothem. Arthur though deeply believes that his soul purpose in life is ‘to make everybody smile’ […]

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Advancements in Literature

Recently, more and more people from underrepresented countries are making their way into the world of literacy. Let’s start by learning a bit more about these extremely talented and versatile writers, authors or poets.   The Great Indian Tee & Snakes by Kritika Pandey, India Kritika Pandey from Ranchi, Jharkhand, India was the regional winner for Asia in the 2020 Commonwealth Short Story Prize. Her story “The Great Indian Tee and Snakes” focuses on a real-life incident Pandey had witnessed, […]

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Impact of Technology on Developing Countries

Why are developing countries “poor” and developed countries “rich”? What contributes to the wealth of a country? What determines or dictates how well a country is running? Most of the time, the answer to these questions are correlated to the economy due to the different circumstances in developed and developing countries. One of the most vital parts of a developed country is technology – something that most developing countries lack. How Technology Helps  When a country receives access to technology, […]

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Impacts of COVID-19 on Juvenile Justice System

As federal, state, and local governments continue navigating appropriate responses to those most impacted by COVID-19, it’s crucial to remember the significant impact had on youth who are involved with the juvenile justice system, whether they are currently incarcerated, being released, or on probation. Ill-treatment and physical, mental and sexual abuse – they are used to that. Yet, not seeing their relatives for months – how has that affected these young offenders? Struggles of Juvenile Offenders Youth offenders often face […]

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5 Ways Drones could Lift Farmers out of Poverty

With drone operation prices dropping significantly in the past few years, agricultural drone technology is becoming more attainable to small scale farmers in developing countries.  The current industry standard, satellite imagery, can be costly, time-consuming, and weather dependent- the upsides to drone usage have many industry experts expressing optimism.  Drones, have most recently been used in Jaipur, India where it was used to scare away the millions of locusts that were rampaging crops as part of the 2019-2020 Locust Infestation. […]

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Unraveling Hope through the Pages

Like diamonds and roses hidden under bomb rubble, ‘A Thousand Splendid Suns’ is an intense beauty and strength buried under the surface of the cruel and capricious life imposed upon two Afghani women. The writer Khaled Hosseini offers us the sweep of historic upheavals narrated with the intimacy of family life. In this novel, he weaves the stories of two Afghan women during several decades of cultural turmoil. The two protagonist women are Mariam and Laila, born 20 years apart, […]

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Super Woman in Real Life

She was never home. She was only 19 years old when she got married. Luckily her husband was supportive enough to help her to finish graduation. When she had her daughter, her first child she was only a student of honors 1st year. She was never home due to her classes. Even at home she had to study for her exams. She didn’t have enough time for her child. Time went like this and finally she graduated with the best […]

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The Ebola Eradication Act

In 2019, Karen Bass, Democratic congresswoman representing parts of Culver City, CA, introduced a bill that has gotten everyone’s attention around the world.  Being the current chair of the Congressional Black Caucus and the Chair of the United States Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Global Human Rights and International Organizations, she is the perfect person to come up and get such an essential bill approved. The bill was also co-sponsored by 38 congresspeople, including one Republican, Ron Wright […]

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Gang Violence in El Salvador Post-Election of Nayib Bukele

El Salvador is no stranger to violence. It endured a brutal civil war in the 1980s, which lasted for more than a decade. In many ways, this history has underpinned the evolution of a terrifying gang culture where extortion and murder have become the norm. In the aftermath of the civil war, US immigration policies hardened. The net result was Salvadorian migrants convicted of crimes were deported back to El Salvador, renewing the cycle of gang culture and undermining the […]

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