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          Martinique is an island in the French Indies that has beautiful and very bountiful sugar cane feilds. In the film Sugar Cane Alley (Palcy, 1983) a 1930's Martinique is depicted and the story of a young boy named José told. José is a young orphan black child living with his grandmother who works in the sugar cane feilds. His village is made up of families who work in the cane feilds, all of these families happen to be black and their bosses happen to be white.

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        In this article posted by The Guardian on November 6th 2013, there are plantations of Palm Oil trees and the companies running them are destroying the tropical forests, the wildlife, and not respecting human rights.

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Over decades arguments have always been formed about what type of sexual education should be taught in schools. As pregnancy rates go up so does the amount of people joining the argument about sex Ed. Can sexual education in high schools be the cause our kids to get pregnant at a young age?

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          The article written by Kartner, Holodynski, and Wormann is about the development of smiling in infants within different culutres and the factors that influence the smiling of these babies.This article isn't a research article, but rather an article discussing and arguing different theories on socioemotional development during infancy and specifically smiling.

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In purpose of this article is to bring attention to UNICEF wanting to end female genital mutilation. Female genital mutilation is a ritual of cutting girls’ genitals. This ritual is practice by some African, Middle Eastern and Asian communities (BBC New Africa, 2013). One of the main points and certainly needed when trying to understand these communities is the reason behind the ritual. These communities practice FGM with the belief that it protects women’s virginity and woman marriageable (BBC New Africa, 2013).

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Experiments have been performed to try to answer this question. In this experiment, eighteen students are given the task of running a Physical Therapy Clinic.

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          I read the article "Are First-Time Mothers Who Plan Home Birth More Likely to Recieve Evidence-Based Care? A Comparative Study of Home and Hospital Care Provided by the Same Modwives", published by Suzanne Miller, RM, MMid, and Joan Skinner, RM, PhD in the journal Birth. The objective of Miller and Skinner's study was to observe the birth outcomes of first-time mothers giving birth in hospitals and at home with the same midwives (Miller & Skinner 2012).

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In an article from the New York Times published on the 24th of september, Jeffrey D. Sachs is discusing a social issue in Africa.

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Actually in Greece, it is said that seven young people entering on the job market out of ten will be unemployed. At the moment, it represents the highest unemployment level in Europe with a percentage of 62.4% of young adults between the age of 16 and 25. This period of unemployment is caused by the financial crisis that, as we know, affected Greece gravely since around 2010. As the author said, it is now doubly stressful to finish school by seeing what awaits them on the job market when they need to work and study hard for their final exams.

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          I am an 18-year old female citizen of the United States of America. In the eyes of the law I am an adult who, with the right to vote, now legally has a say in what goes on within our country. There are a lot of issues in our country that my vote and my voice can influence, but the one nearest and dearest to my heart is the debate concerning reproductive rights and the revoking of Roe v. Wade. There are a lot of labels that our society associates with the reproductive rights debate, pro-life, pro-choice, abortion, reproductive rights, right and wrong.

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Director of the movie "The Heat" comes out with his opinion on how his movie will do in theaters. Although Feig is an accomplished director, having already put out “Bridesmaids” which earned millions in theatres, he admitted to being nervous for his new movie to appear in theatres. The author of this article believed Feig had a right to be nervous too. With big blockbusters such as “World War Z”, “Iron Man 3”, and “White House Down”, where male actors dominate the screen, a “chick flick” is not something that can even compete. In Hollywood, it has become to accustomed for movies to be male dominated. Fieg has made it his goal to make the female movie industry rise in power, and take away the mind-set that currently revolves around them.

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