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Let’s Talk About Defunding the Police.

The idea of defunding law enforcement in the United States has recently become an exceptionally controversial topic of debate. Most people see different sides of the coin when it comes to police depending on where you live or even what your ethnic background is. It’s also safe to assume that …

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Isreal-UAE Treaty Leaves Palestinians Distressed

In a recent treaty, Israel got another middle eastern country under its belt. The United Arab Emirates (UAE) normalized Israel as a legitimate country, in return for the postponement of Israeli annexation of Palestinian land.  Prior to the Israeli-UAE treaty, Israel attempted to annex Palestinian land along the Jordanian River. …

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Setting the Stage for a Revolution

“Until they become conscious they will never rebel, and until after they have rebelled they cannot become conscious,” George Orwell said in his renowned novel, 1984. In San Diego and across the country, “One solution: Revolution” is a chant and mantra that protestors repeat as they march through their hometowns. …

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Unrest in Chile

Around the world there are multiple important protests occurring. Citizens in Lebanon, Hong Kong, and Iraq have all stepped up with criticisms of their respective governments. In South America, Chile is no different and is seemingly undergoing a revolution. The ongoing protests began on October 18 after a four percent …

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Walking Out is not enough

  On Feb. 14, 17 students were murdered in a mass shooting at a Florida high school. On March 14, one month later,  tens of thousands of students across the country walked out of school at for 17 minutes to honor the victims’ lives. On March 24, nearly one million people …

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Modified Trump travel ban does not ease protesters

The original travel ban was an executive order issued by President Donald Trump on Jan. 27, banning travel between America and six different Muslim-majority countries for 90 days: Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, and Yemen. It also blocked refugees from America for 120 days. When the first travel ban …

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