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Over the last couple of weeks, the world’s everyday routines have been drastically changed by the continued spread of COVID-19. As the outbreak continues, we are asked to stay home and limit social interactions, forcing many to seek different forms of entertainment and connection. For some, reading is a cure. If there is a positive to this period of social distancing, it might be the chance to expand your horizons and experience all different types of literature.
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Since 1987, the United States has dedicated the month of March to honor women and the substantial, yet often overlooked, contributions they have made to society. The celebration of Women’s History Month has definitely evolved over the years. Its start can be traced back to the first International Women’s Day in 1911 and then to the first Women’s History Week organized by the school district of Sonoma, California in 1978, which was considered to be widely successful for its time.
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Carly Fiorina is in a class of her own. A true leader who worked her way to the CEO Office, she utilized her passion, problem-solving and entrepreneurial gift to become the first woman ever to lead a Fortune 500 Company.
Ms. Fiorina’s experience spans from starting out as a secretary for a 9-person real-estate business to CEO of Hewlett Packard, where in partnership with her effective leadership, revenue grew, innovation tripled, growth quadrupled, and HP became the 11th largest company in the U.S.
At 1:45pm on Friday 13th, I was standing on the Castle lawns in the shade of a cedar tree watching some cars leave Highclere after a press event here. Luis and his banqueting teams were in waistcoats (of course), they had been practising heading a football whilst I was throwing it in, only slightly worried about the Library windows – see my previous blog for more photos! We then began to carry plates of food back from the picnic to the office as I can’t bear to waste food and the meats and salads were utterly delicious. Bella the Labrador was helping.
Every year, the month of March is a time we celebrate and honor all of women’s history. In 1987, Congress declares March as National Women’s History Month in perpetuity. Now, it is an annual declared month that highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. It is celebrated throughout the month of March in just the United States, but also the United Kingdom and Australia.
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In June, Saudi Arabia — along with two other Persian Gulf states and Egypt — picked a fight with Qatar, on the grounds that the country is funding Islamic terrorism. The move was almost satirical, given that Saudi Arabia itself has long funded the spread of fundamentalist Salafi Islam, which is often associated with extremism.
However, this diplomatic spat seems to be more than just an example of Saudi Arabia’s pot calling Qatar’s kettle black. Saudi leaders could be using the conflict, which has resulted in a blockade of Qatar, as a strategic smoke screen to deflect attention from the simmering tension inside their own insular borders.
Emotions are high following the violent protests in Charlottesville. An innocent life was lost when an individual affiliated with the neo-Nazi movement killed Heather Heyer.
Neo-Nazis and white supremacists are deceitfully pretending to be the voice for white America. But these fringe extremists are in reality a symbol of weakness and hatred.
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