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Native American women can’t escape the truth about human trafficking

Native American women can’t escape the truth about human trafficking

Perspective one of a multiple perspective series.
Jami Stutler
February 25, 2020

An estimated 30,000 victims of sex trafficking die each year from abuse, disease, torture, and neglect. Eighty percent of those sold into sexual slavery are under 24, and some are as young as six years...

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SILVER SPRING, MD - FEBRUARY 21:  Students from Montgomery Blair High School march down Colesville Road in support of gun reform legislation February 21, 2018 in Silver Spring, Maryland. In the wake of last week's shooting in Parkland, Florida, where 17 people were killed, the students planned to take public transportation to the U.S. Capitol to hold a rally demanding legislation to curb gun violence in schools.

Gun Violence in schools haunt the United States

Jami Stutler
November 19, 2019

Gun violence in schools is taking a toll on kids and adults across the nation. Ecori.org states, “from 1840 up to this year, there have been about 517 school shootings in the United States.” According...

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Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali Still Shakes American History

Jami Stutler
November 11, 2019

Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. Muhammad Ali (Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr) was born January 17, 1942 in Louisville, Kentucky. Muhammad was American professional boxer and activist. Ali was the...

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Social Media Challenges Society

Jami Stutler
November 11, 2019

Conform or rebel: that is the choice given to teenagers by a society they did not create. The goal of a society is to shape people into a productive force, but what happens when society hurts more than...

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Lake Marion is below average levels for this time of year.

Reversing Climate Change

This article is part three of a three part climate change series.
Jami Stutler
November 1, 2019

While the effects of climate change are frightening, all is not lost. Earth is very delicate and needs to be taken care of. There are many ways people can help reverse the effects of climate change....

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Lake Marion is below average levels for this time of year.

Climate Change is Hurting the Economy

This article is part two of a three part climate change series.
Jami Stutler
October 29, 2019

Climate change could drastically affect the economy and change the role of industry. The effects of climate change impact more than just the environment. The World Economic Forum states, “switching...

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Origins of Halloween

Jami Stutler
October 22, 2019

The evening formally known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween is an annual celebration observed on October 31. History.com stated that, “Halloween originated with the ancient Gaelic festival of...

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Climate Change Challenges Humanity

This article is part one of a three part climate change series.
Jami Stutler
October 22, 2019

Could climate change could be the end of humanity? Dictionary.com defines climate change as a “change in global or regional climate patterns, attributed to increased levels of carbon dioxide in...

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