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6 Books Featuring Refugees

6 Books Featuring Refugees

Hi everyone. I’m Rincey and I’m one of the contributing editors over at Book Riot. Recent events have been a lot lately and so this week I wanted to talk about some books that talk about refugees specifically….

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“Intensely Partisan” Cuts Start MN Legislative Session

“Intensely Partisan” Cuts Start MN Legislative Session

Senator Bakk, tell me what happened today and why you think it was disproportionally falling on the DFL? Well, the Republicans brought a proposal to the Senate rules committee that made 444 thousand dollars of staffing reductions between…

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Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with Philadelphia Residents

Governor Wolf Hosts Non-Partisan Redistricting Listening Session with Philadelphia Residents

Good afternoon, and welcome the St. Joseph University. Welcome Governor Wolf and welcome to the elected officials present for this event today. State Representative Morgan Cephas, State Representative Pam DeLissio, State Representative Mary Jo Daley and Philadelphia City…

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Syrian/Ukrainian Refugee Finds Her Place in Kyiv, Ukraine (#4) πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

Syrian/Ukrainian Refugee Finds Her Place in Kyiv, Ukraine (#4) πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¦

my name is Peter Santaniello it’s this is beneath cave where we journey together in a key of Ukraine through the eyes of the locals five episodes five completely different stories one amazing city [Music] [Applause] [Music] hello…

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Shelters and rescues overloaded with cats

Shelters and rescues overloaded with cats

ANIMAL ANIMAL SHELTERS ANIMAL SHELTERS AND ANIMAL SHELTERS AND RESCUES ANIMAL SHELTERS AND RESCUES CONTINUE ANIMAL SHELTERS AND RESCUES CONTINUE INUNDATED ANIMAL SHELTERS AND RESCUES CONTINUE INUNDATED WITH ANIMAL SHELTERS AND RESCUES CONTINUE INUNDATED WITH CATS ANIMAL SHELTERS…

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Gerrymandering: Crash Course Government and Politics #37

Gerrymandering: Crash Course Government and Politics #37

Hi, I’m Craig and this is Crash Course Government and Politics and today I’m gonna talk about a topic in American politics that tends to drive people crazy! Ahhh! No it’s not partisanship, or horse race journalism, or…

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Two hurt trying to hold down tent at Clemson’s Esso Club

Two hurt trying to hold down tent at Clemson’s Esso Club

>>LOOK CLOSELY HERE. TERRIFYING MOMENTS CAUGHT ON CAMERA. VOIR DIRE SHOWING A MAN LIFTED INTO THE AIR. LOOK CLOSELY. HE WAS THROWN ONTO THE ROOF OF A CLUB IN CLEMSON.>>YOU’LL HEAR FROM HIM TONIGHT AS HE AND ANOTHER…

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Why Boat Refugees Don’t Fly! – Factpod #16

Why Boat Refugees Don’t Fly! – Factpod #16

I am professor Hans Rosling. This month, April 2015, more people than ever are drowning when traveling to Europe across the mediterranean sea. Some come to look for a job, but many are refugees from war and oppression….

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How the Jo Cox Studentship will help refugee studies

How the Jo Cox Studentship will help refugee studies

Receiving the Jo Cox Studentship for me in Refugee-Migration Studies is not just an immense honour at a personal level but also a responsibility with with a lot of history behind it. For me as a person who…

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Cops And Ex-Felons Seek To Find Common Ground

Cops And Ex-Felons Seek To Find Common Ground

You, my friend, the first thing you said to me when I sat down was “oh my god” “You look like somebody I arrested before.” Dude I’ve known you for like two minutes. I don’t even know your…

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