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Just last Wednesday, November 8th, a teacher at a the New Vision Academy Charter School in Tennessee was suspended when a video of her removing a student’s hijab circulated on social media. The Nashville educator is seen is seen removing a female student’s head scarf before touching her hair and captioning it “pretty hair”. She proceeded to upload this video on Snapchat where a concerned viewer took it up with district authorities.
Somalia has been hit by a drought since October 2016, and the effects are still worsening with each passing day.
It has been more than six years since the start of the civil war in Syria. Since then, there have been many lost lives, numerous casualties, mass destruction of property, depletion of resources and the breaking of families and morales.
A recent study published in the medical journal, The Lancet has brought some light to a matter not talked much about these days: Unsafe abortions.
Half the world’s population menstruates an average of once a month from menarche to menopause. Most women menstruate from the ages of 13 to 51, making menstruation, alone, a total of 6.25 years in a woman’s life.
South Sudan, Yemen, Nigeria and Somalia have been hit by a drought since October of 2016, and the effects are worsening with each passing day.
April 7 marked the birthday of the World Health Organization and this year’s theme is depression, the No. 1 cause of ill health. More than 300 million people experience it worldwide, and about 20 million in the United States alone.
Oregon was created as a white-only refuge, with a constitution that forbade black residents until 1926.
One-third of the girls in underdeveloped countries are married before the age of 18, and one of every nine girls are married before 15.
Fear, anxiety, infections, trauma and even death are faced by tens of millions of women around the world.
Freezing temperatures for days, for weeks and even months, are what several thousands of immigrants and refugees have faced in Serbia.
What is albinism? It is a rare, non-transmissible, genetically inherited condition that affects people worldwide of all genders, ethnicities and nationalities.