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We’re all human: Reducing racism and sexism within the next 100 years - Chris Herber

The world is a disaster. This is something that most everyone can agree upon. Sure, some people may have fine lives and for themselves they won’t say that, but looking past all that will show the truth to anyone. There are so many problems in the world that it’s impossible to keep up with them all. These types of things have a way of finding themselves in every corner of the world, and they may not exist everywhere, but they affect everything.    Some of the most prominent world issues that…See More
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We’re all human: Reducing racism and sexism within the next 100 years - Chris Herber

The world is a disaster. This is something that most everyone can agree upon. Sure, some people may have fine lives and for themselves they won’t say that, but looking past all that will show the truth to anyone. There are so many problems in the world that it’s impossible to keep up with them all. These types of things have a way of finding themselves in every corner of the world, and they may not exist everywhere, but they affect everything.    Some of the most prominent world issues that…See More
Dec 10, 2014
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We’re all human: Reducing racism and sexism within the next 100 years - Chris Herber

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