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Women’s Forum Supports Women’s Educational Achievements And Their Role Models Through The Elly Award

Beverly Beaudoin is the President of the Education Fund of the Women’s Forum of New York. Over the last 27 years, her organization has dedicated itself to helping over 160 women achieve their dream for a higher education. “Virtually all have achieved their undergraduate degrees,” she points out. “Many have gone on to getting their

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Malaria No More Restores The True Essence Of Journalism

The 2014 Malaria No More gala was established to honor the great organizations that are helping to bring an end to the Malaria epidemic in regions throughout Africa and Vietnam. Among the various partners that have gathered together to help out, the media has been instrumental in helping “Malaria No More” to accomplish their goal,

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CEO Of “Malaria No More” Honors Those Partners Who Have Supported This Worthy Cause

Martin Edlund is the CEO of Malaria No More and he has a lot to be proud of,

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Malaria No More Organization Honors Humanitarians Who Vow To End Malaria

Malaria is a particularly virulent parasitic disease that is transmitted by mosquitoes. The incubation period is ten to fifteen days during which symptoms like vomiting, headaches, fatigue and fever may develop. If the patient isn’t treated properly, this could lead to severe seizures, coma and even death. The disease has cost the lives of millions

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The Rockettes Light Up The Empire State Building To Announce The Return Of The Radio City Christmas Spectacular

The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is as much a part of New York City as The Freedom Tower or the Empire State Building. Each year, over 140 performers go on stage and sing and dance to classic Christmas music. The show has been in existence since the early 1930s. Of course the main performers are

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UNICEF’s Ebola Treatment Units To Provide Relief To Patients And Health Workers

The Ebola threat has overwhelmed resources provided for relief efforts by different world organizations. In some cases, it has taken times to get better resources to accommodate the increasing number of patients. One of the biggest issues is water and sanitation. Michael Forson, UNICEF’s Water and Sanitation Specialist, says that new Ebola treatment units are

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amfAR Aims To Bring An End To AIDS by 2020

AIDS has left a trail of death in its wake higher than any war that’s been fought in human history. Although people are more aware of what HIV and AIDS are and how they are transmitted, it was once a very hushed subject that no one seemed to want to talk about. But in this

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More Women In The Media Promote Better Role Models For Young Girls

The Women’s Media Center is all about promoting the voices of girls and women from all over the

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Monkey Kingdom – A Touching Tale Of A Mother’s Struggle Within A Harsh Society Of Primates

To commemorate Earth Day 2015, Disney will release a film called Monkey Kingdom in April. This is one of those rare chances for us to see the world of animals in their own natural habitat. This film does not bring a human element to it in order to avoid distracting the audience from the film’s

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Prepare To Geek Out With The Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Until a few years ago, Marvel heroes didn’t get much attention on television or on the big screen. That privilege was reserved more to DC comic book heroes like Batman and Superman. But things have changed in recent years. Now, the latest Avengers movie, Age of Ultron is in line for a 2015 release. This

Culture & Society

More Commitment Is Needed To Bend The Curve On Ebola Crisis

When the Ebola virus first struck, the world showed their backside instead of helping. Although that quickly changed

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Israel Continues Occupational Activities Of Occupied Palestinian Territory Despite Political Protests

Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Jeffrey Feltman believes that the Israeli government’s policy and practice of resettling Israeli citizens

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Palestinian Special Rapporteur Pleads With Israel For Granted Access To OPT Region

It is one thing to read about the conflict between the Israeli and Palestinian government and an entirely different thing to actually see the damage it has caused first hand. That was certainly the case for Makkarim Wibisono, the Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in the Palestinian Territories, which have been occupied

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Swift Action Is The Best Way To Beat The Ebola Outbreak And Ensure Survival

Doctor Bruce Aylward, the assistant director for the World Health Organization (WHO) and the General in Charge of

Culture & Society

Ways That Flexi biogas Make Cooking Easier In Poverty-Stricken Countries

Pacifique Musabyimana is a female farmer. Not only is she responsible for taking care of the crops and the land in her village, but she is also in charge of feeding her family as well. “Since receiving the Flexi biogas, I can cook. I have light and I can buy some salt.” Her last statement