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  • Salt Lake City, Utah, USA
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    It’s an end no one could’ve ever expected. More than anything, my heart lays with those who, at the hands of Coronavirus, have lost a mother, a father, a grandparent, a lover, a friend. Nothing tears a heart more

    Taking back what was taken from me.

    It's an end no one could've ever expected. More than anything, my heart lays with those who, at the hands of Coronavirus, have lost a mother, a father, a grandparent, a lover, a friend. Nothing tears a heart more...

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    In the last decade, the number of juvenile incarcerations has dropped significantly. In 2017 there were more than 58,500 incarcerated youth in the United States while in previous years, and although that may seem

    Nothing about us without us

    In the last decade, the number of juvenile incarcerations has dropped significantly. In 2017 there were more than 58,500 incarcerated youth in the United States while in previous years, and although that may seem like great news, there's a...

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    • Hi there Italia,
      This topic is a really interesting one, especially since these programs are based out of Chicago which has had issues in the past with school to prison pipelines. I would love to hear more about potential ideas to make this more affordable, and what kinds of plans the government could use to close this gap.
      -erica s

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    Mass extinction, characterized by the “catastrophic widespread perturbations in which 50% or more of species become extinct in a relatively short period compared with the background extinction rate” is a que

    Are we living in the largest mass extinction to date?

    Mass extinction, characterized by the “catastrophic widespread perturbations in which 50% or more of species become extinct in a relatively short period compared with the background extinction rate” is a questioning matter in our world today. Authors Cheryl Pellerin,...

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