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Web: It’s World Wide Web Day


Happy World Wide Web Day!!! The day was created to celebrate the creation of the web. Most people can not imagine what life without it would be like. It is our door to information, and we use it for almost everything. I use it everyday. I use it at work, and to do other things

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Friendship: International Day of Friendship


International Day of Friendship was created by the UN General Assembly in 2011 with the belief that friendship between peoples, cultures, countries and individuals inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities. It is celebrated all over the world every year. This year the holiday will be celebrated on July 30th, 2020. During International Friendship

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COVID: The Pandemic and Our Schools


As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to devastate the globe, our nation is working on going back to normal. This involves reopening schools and sending students and teachers back to the classroom. Since the situation in some states is worsening, many are questioning whether this is a good idea.  Is It Safe to Reopen during the

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, Blog, commentary, global citizenship

Globalization and its Importance


Over the last century, the world has grown closer and closer. Because of faster and more accessible communication and transportation services, the globe is more interconnected than ever. The information age allows for the easy production and shipment of products around the world, and companies can branch out beyond their home country to a worldwide

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Clean Beaches Week


What is Clean Beaches Week? Clean Beaches Week was started by the Clean Beaches Coalition to raise awareness and educate others about the problems facing our world’s beaches. It is celebrated from July 1 -7, and was started when the U.S. Senate and Congress passed resolutions that enacted this week. It’s a great way to

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13-17yrs, 18 & over, 8-12yrs, Blog, Education, inspirational

Black Music Month: Historical voice in BLM movement


June is Black Music Month and this year it is more important than ever. Black musicians work is being used to raise awareness for the Black Lives Matter movement. Black Music has always given a voice to those who were silenced by police brutality. Victims Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Rayshard Brooks and Tony McDade experiences will

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