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Annefrank.com – Standing Up Against Discrimination at the Anne Frank Center USA

Annefrank.com invites visitors to experience Manhattan’s Anne Frank Center USA, an organization dedicated to fostering peace and respect between all people. The Center’s namesake was a German Jew whose diary – kept while the Frank family was hiding from the Nazis in a secret attic apartment above an office building in the Netherlands – has now been translated into dozens of languages and remains of the most...

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MCCChurch.org – Churches Against Discrimination

MCCChurch.org is the website of the Metropolitan Community Churches, a religious organization aimed to tear down walls and build up hope in some places where no other religious or charitable organizations are willing to go. The ministry and movement began in 1968 when Reverend Elder Troy Perry invited twelve gay men, to worship in his home. The ministry fights for justice and helps the oppressed, always telling the Good News of Jesus...

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RethinkingSchools.org – Improving Education At School

It’s sure that you have heard talking about education and school hundred’s times in your life, but first of all, is important to clear that there is a difference between school and education. Your education not only depends on your school marks; in fact it depends more on the attention you received from your parents, the type of relation they had and what they taught to you in your first years of life. You know that school is no less...

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WalMartWatch.com – Watch Out For WalMart

In a world where corporations have more and more power over society and governments, the role of the consumer and her/his ethical standpoints is vital: its individual ethics in regards to that we eat, plug, shop and read which can help us make a better world –or at least one that’s more related to our beliefs. In any case, it’s clear that national governments don’t have much relative power if contrasted to that of corporation’s, think...

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DevChix.com – Mighty Programming Ladies

It’s hard to step out of the stereotypes: professional computer handling is only now starting to abandon its geeky aura, but it still is very wrongly regarded as a mostly-male profession which poses some challenges for women out there with a passion for programming and developing, who unfortunately “are still poorly represented in the world of code”, as this site puts it. DevChix. com is out and about to make a difference: a community...

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