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Art as Liberation: The Mexican Muralists at the Whitney Museum

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Art as Liberation: The Mexican Muralist

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Power vs. Duty in American Politics

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Sam Ben-Meir - January 6, 2021


To anyone paying attention the last four years, Trump’s refusal to a

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2021, I lighten a candle for Kelly (poem)

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2021, I lighten a candle for Kelly Lavorgna (poem)

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Gender equality and human rights

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Gender equality and human rights: "Let different flowers bloom in the garden of God"

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Poverty Reduction and Public Healh

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Co-authored by Kamala Sarup, Dr. Anand Chaudhary.

As we know, areas of severe poverty are completely disruptive to the normal health system at birth, including vaccination. We recognize that poverty has human health implications too.Poverty has direct implications for the economic and social systems of health care.Recent studies have shown that the increase of diseases such as.Malaria, tuberculosis, AIDS, etc.It’s a combination of deprivation. It is important to better understand all the consequences of poverty and it is an issue of health and the environment.

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Either way, she got raped

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Given my interest in contributing to women's problems, which means a fair and equitable social structure, I was anxious to have my social worker friend.


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When she can't believe in marriage

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My colleague is unable to deal with a very difficult situation due to limited financial income.


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I advocate a better policy for economic prosperity.

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I analyze certain important facts of this article. More or less global politics. Is that bad, good, hatred or mutual resolution? Now that I want to argue my theory. How do I defend my approach realistically? My argument is similar to that set out above.

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The Painter as Hooligan: Adrian Ghenie at Pace Gallery

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The first time I encountered Adrian Ghenie’s work was nearly four years ago, and yet it seems much longer than that. I suspect that the reason for this is, at least in part, because the world appears so very different than it did in early 2017, when Recent Paintings, Ghenie’s third solo show at Pace Gallery, opened to the public. The Trump administration had only just begun, and no one could foresee how radically altered the country and indeed the world would be in just a few years.

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