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"Freedom and Human Rights"

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    Is There a God and What is God Like?
    Summary: Is it non-intellectual and foolish to believe that God exists? Is there any evidence in the world around us that will demonstrate that God exists and also show us what God is like?

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    Ai Weiwei's Lego Portraits of Freedom Activists
    Summary: “They lost their freedom because they love freedom. They love freedom for other people and they love freedom for their nation.”

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    The Universe is Made of Love
    Summary: When two humans meet and regard each other as sacred creatures resonating with the love and beauty of the universe, a musical chord moves across the expanse. Real peace between humans is birthed at the soul level, where love begins. In that place, each human is equal, and free to resonate with their own unique and mysterious connection to the Source.

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    Summary: Every year, hundreds of thousands of families across the world lose everything when disasters strike.

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    Help to End the Unbearable Evil of Modern Slavery
    Summary: Imagine the life of a modern day slave – subject to sexual and physical abuse, day in and day out without hope of any change – deprived of contact with family and friends, medical care, nourishing food, the freedom to go where she/he wants, or any kind of comfort.

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    Stop Sharia: American Laws for American Courts
    Summary: From the ACT for America website: "Omar Ahmad, co-founder of CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations, made his intent clear in a July 4, 1998 San Ramon Valley Herald article: 'Islam isn’t in America to be equal to any other faith, but to become dominant. The Qur’an should be the highest authority in America.'"

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    Palestinian Farah Chamma's "How Must I Believe"
    Summary: There is bold honesty and heart expressed in this girl's "warrior-poem". We pray that conscientious young people like her can be heard around the world. We don't know everything about this poet or what she stands for, but this poem seems to raise the banner of freedom for the Arab world.

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    Women For Women, Join Me on the Bridge, 2011
    Summary: I had the joy of meeting people - women, and men - who care deeply about women victims of war - enough to take the time to meet on the Duke Ellington Bridge on a cool, cloudy day, and holdup placards, and talk to passers-by about the need to care, and help.

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    North Korea, The Prison Nation
    Summary: There is no talking, no singing, no laughing and often prisoners are forced to stay in one physical position for many hours at a time without relief. Besides that they suffer with filthy blankets, tiny rations of only corn with salty soup to eat, filthy clothing, filthy sewage conditions, no heat in the winter, blistering heat in the summer and nineteen hour work days as a slave labor force in government owned factories.

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    Women's Rights: Rape as a Weapon of War
    Summary: Part of our mission at the Significato Journal is to highlight and support causes around the world that we feel are important. Rape is an unpleasant topic but it is happening in certain parts of the world at an alarming rate. Rape is a weapon of war and a weapon of violence.

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