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World Schizophrenia Day 2019: Eradicating Stigma Against Schizophrenia

 Mental illnesses have long been stigmatized in many countries. In some cases, people think that those who are suffering from a mental disorder are harmful, violent, or will never be cured. One o...

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‘Adopt, Don’t Shop’: Shellebrating World Turtle Day 2019

 Millions of people around the world have probably watched the viral video of a group of people removing a plastic straw from a sea turtle's nose in August 2015. Years after it was filmed, th...

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International Day for Biological Diversity: Protecting and Maintaining Our Biodiversity

 Our planet has very rich biodiversity - from animals to plants, microorganisms, and the different ecosystems. The variety of life on Earth has helped humans in a number of ways. In fact, most of...

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IDAHOT 2019: Campaigning for a Prejudice-Free World

 All of us are born free and equal in rights and dignity. We have been raised knowing that whatever our economic status, race, and gender, we must all have the same opportunities and treatment. H...

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Despair, War, and Death: Don McCullin's Photography at Tate Britain

 Wars are probably some of the most difficult events to document. Not only are bombs and gunshots not easy to hear while covering, but you will also see despair, loss of hope, and death almost an...

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Sunrise Coast Celebrates Tawas Point Birding Festival

 After a break last year, the Tawas Point Birding Festival will return to Iosco County on May 16-18, 2019. The festival is a Michigan Audubon Signature Event which is backed by their local chapte...

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