Angelina Jolie Makes Humanitarian Plea

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Humanitarian, Angelina Jolie. Humanitarian, Actress, and Director, Angelina Jolie has penned a new op-ed for the New York Times, calling for funding and a humanitarian response to the refugees of civil war in Syria and Iraq. The mother of six traveled to Khanke, Iraq on an envoy with the United Nations Refugee Agency. While there Ms. … Read more

Audrey Hepburn: Screen Legend And So Much More

Born in Belgium in 1929, Hepburn spent her early teen years living in the Nazi-occupied Netherlands where she experienced the brutality and deprivation of war firsthand. She witnessed Jews in her community being rounded up in trucks and trains. The Nazis executed ms. Hepburn’s uncle and cousin, and Hepburn herself suffered from malnutrition during a … Read more

Google’s 2014 Top Trends.

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Google has compiled a few lists of the top trending searches of 2014. They make for an interesting read. See if any of them were your top searches for the year. Google’s Top Ten U.S. Trending Searches Robin Williams World Cup Ebola Malaysia Airlines Flappy Bird ALS Bucket Challenge ISIS Ferguson Frozen Ukraine Google’s Top … Read more

Emma Watson’s UN speech: What Do You Think?

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Emma Watson, as UN Global Goodwill Ambassador, manages in one speech to clarify eloquently, and in a precise way the real meaning of feminism. She also only uses approximately 13 minutes to discuss the entire issue of “what is” gender equality. The speech and Emma Watson’s delivery are mesmerizing and insightful. Emma Watson UN speech – … Read more