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“Non-violent resistance implies the very opposite of weakness. Defiance combined with nonretaliatory acceptance of repression from one’s opponents is ­active, not passive. It requires...

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There is an ongoing discussion in this nation about school uniforms, whether or not they help with behavior problems, and increase test scores. As an eighth grade student at Delta Middle School, I...

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Picture a woman and a man doing the same job, working the same number of hours at the same office, the only difference: their paycheck. This is not a hypothetical scenario: Women in 2016 still...

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