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Morgan A.Gould

Morgan A.Gould
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Why Movements Like #MeToo Are Needed in Churches

Over the past year, there has been a social shift that allows victims of sexual assault to be able to tell their stories of abuse, without being blamed for the traumatic experiences. Thanks to many international campaigns against rape and sexual abuse, each and every day, we hear stories of men and women of different backgrounds express their pain they have experienced at the hands of their abuser(s). From the streets of Hollywood to waitresses

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Are Brands Using Our Outrage to Market Their Products?

Over the past few week s social media has gone through several different battles with well-known brands such as H&M for their advertising displayed on their U.K. fashion site displaying a young black child in a sweatshirt that stated: Coolest monkey in the jungle. Unless you were born two minutes ago, everyone is aware that monkey is a racial slur used against black people to say they are not human and are just slightly advanced

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Doctor or Foe: The Constant Failures of the Medical World

Good Evening. My name is Matthew Derrick-Huie, I'm 23 years old my birthday is September 29th 1994 and I live in Mississauga, ON Can. I'm speaking my Mom will be typing these messages. I'm sick and I need immediate help. The following thread is my story. — John River (@LetsSaveMatthew) January 19, 2018 On the evening of Jan. 18, the parents of Twitter user @LetsSaveMatthew began to tell his very detailed story of his saga to

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So What If the NCAA Starts Paying Athletes?

On Monday night, college football fans everywhere watched the College Football Playoff National Championship game between Alabama and Georgia took off at 8:15 eastern standard time, to await the winner of the SEC. Taking place in the Mercedes Benz Stadium, the city of Atlanta could see an estimated profit of $100 million from this single game. Though this is good for the city of Atlanta, the athletes playing this game who have a less than

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My Experience Taking a Gap Semester Instead of a Gap Year

As the new year tales and college applications go out, students must take many things about their future into consideration. In the past year, many recent high school graduates have decided to take a Gap Year before pursuing their college degree. This “active year” in between high school and college allows for students to come into themselves after coming out of high school and find their newfound independence while relaxing their minds after the chaos

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Lessons I Learned From Matthew, My Brother Who Had Cancer

“Well, you know what would make me feel better Morgan?” I turned to look over at my brother Matthew’s not yet mature baby face half covered by a scarf. A scarf given to him to keep him warm by a nurse after he lost his hair from the last round of chemo. ”What?” I asked in delight of what his witty mind could come up with next. Even though my brother was fighting a fever

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Christianity and the Manipulation of the Bible

Today, many individuals hold onto their beliefs and grasp them tightly to hold onto the little bit of stability we have left in this world that brings us a little bit of normalcy. According to Pew Research Center, 70.6% of individuals in the United States, myself included, identify and connect our beliefs based on Christianity, a religion based on the teaching of Jesus of Nazareth. A religion meant to free many from the bondage and

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