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Jamille Nunes

Jamille Nunes

Natural de Manaus (AM). Redatora e roteirista de conteúdo multiplataforma. Analista de marketing digital.Experiência com B2C, B2B. Trabalhou …

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Felipe da Silva

Felipe da Silva

Sou um profissional com três anos de experiência na área de Comunicação, formado em Jornalismo pela Unisinos no …

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Vidhi Vyas

Vidhi Vyas

Hi! I am a freelance writer and blogger for hire. I write articles, blog posts, and site content. …

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Muskan Juneja

Muskan Juneja

Hello there!! Glad to see you here. I am Muskan, a freelance content writer. I write engaging articles …

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Christian Castillo

Christian Castillo

Salutations. My name is Christian, and I am an editor and writer who can provide quality content in …

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Leah O'Daniel

Freelancer with diverse interests. Adept at catering to all audiences.

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“NÃO DÁ PRA ACHAR NORMAL QUE EM ALGUNS TERRITÓRIOS O ESTADO CHEGUE APENAS COM SEU BRAÇO ARMADO”…

Monica Benicio, 34, é candidata a vereadora no Rio de Janeiro pelo Partido Socialismo e Liberdade, o PSOL. Criada no Complexo da Maré e formada em Arquitetura e Urbanismo pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro ela quer que, assim como ela, outras pessoas que moram na favela possam receber a educação a qual teve acesso e, para isso, deseja articular a implementação de políticas públicas que ampliem as oportunidades de estudo para as pessoas que vivem nessas áreas. Pretendendo oc
By Yasmin Marchiori
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You’re not hearing about Guatemala’s biggest issues

While there’s no shortage of coverage on the root causes of migration from Guatemala and its neighbors from an American perspective, the country’s most urgent causes for concern hardly get the attention they deserve from Western press. From missing vaccines to climate change, here are five pressing stories you may have missed.
By Jon Orbach
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Social Psychology: The Narrative Person Perception Of Actors & Their Roles

While watching fictional stories, we encounter a number of social psychological factors in terms of actors and their roles. Physical beauty and attractiveness, character transformation, and actor-to-character distinction are the focus of this writing.
By M. R. McPherson, Cyberpsychologist
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YOU’RE NOT SHORT STAFFED! Hire Entry Level Workers!

I’ve been seeing many businesses claim to be low on employees. It’s understandable that companies want the best of the best. But wouldn’t it be easier to TRAIN someone to work the way you want them to? Most business owners look to hire a person who has previous experiences in their industry. To them, it’s easier to get someone that already knows the subject, rather than “waste time” training someone who doesn’t. There is little interest in people with no relevancy. There are about 8 million un
By Makayla Howard
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Online (Digital) versus physical marketing: Which one is better for you?

Marketing is the procedure of getting people interested in your products and services through creating and curating valuable and relevant content. Now, this can be done online through social media marketing, content marketing, email marketing, etc, which is called digital marketing or it can be done the traditional (old) way through radio, billboards, newspapers, etc. Online marketing and physical marketing both have their advantages and disadvantages. So, which one will work best for you? Wel
By Emaan nouman
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Important Tips to Choose a Good Financial Advisor

If you are searching for a good financial advisor, then you will have to focus on all the important things that will help you achieve the best outcome. Make sure that you are doing your research and focusing on every single detail that will help you achieve the best outcome. By focusing on the things that matter the most, you will be able to achieve the best results. It is important for you to continue your research and focus on the things that will help you manage your finances in a proper way.
By Nomad Capitalist
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Every Lottery Team’s Biggest Need in the 2022 Draft

The 2022 NBA Draft Lottery featured several surprises, from the Pistons dropping to 5th overall to the Magic winning it all. Now, as the dust settles, 13 front offices (the Thunder have two picks) are in the middle of determining who will be the best fit for their franchise. Here are the biggest needs for each lottery team heading into the 2022 NBA Draft. The Magic have plenty of youn
By Jordan Pagkalinawan
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J.J. Redick is Proving Why More NBA Players Should be Analysts

J.J. Redick is Proving Why More NBA Players Should be Analysts Could This Signal a Significant Change in Sports Media? The last couple of weeks have seen J.J. Redick speak his mind on national television — with some takes being agreeable and others, not so much. Patrick Beverley has been doing the same thing, albeit a little more honest — as Keyshawn Shaahid suggests, maybe a tad “too honest” for sports media. Whether you like them or not, Redick and Beverley are among several NBA players con
By Jordan Pagkalinawan
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Is Cancel Culture Effective? NAH

Yesterday, May 21, 2021, I was very frustrated when I saw the news on Twitter about a rapist who became a radio host in Indonesia and a new Korean idol member who turned out to be a bully in high school. Why are these problematic people have a good position in society? Before I start, let’s read from the beginning about what a cancel culture is Cancel culture — the phenomenon of promoting the “canceling” of people, brands, and even shows and movies due to what some consider to be offensive or
By Lysti Rahma
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I Hired a Dating Coach to Tell Me Why Someone I Dated Suddenly Deactivated and Pulled Away

I Hired a Dating Coach to Tell Me Why Someone I Dated Suddenly Deactivated and Pulled Away The person themselves didn’t have the balls to be straightforward. Could I not just have taken the hint? Breakups can sting, even if you only dated for a short while.
By Gracia Kleijnen
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I Hired a Dating Coach to Tell Me Why Someone I Dated Suddenly Deactivated and Pulled Away

I Hired a Dating Coach to Tell Me Why Someone I Dated Suddenly Deactivated and Pulled Away The person themselves didn’t have the balls to be straightforward. Could I not just have taken the hint? Breakups can sting, even if you only dated for a short while.
By Joshuak Lewis
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Reflecting on Four Years as a High School Broadcaster

Thursday, May 19, marked my final high school broadcast. I’ve been in the commentator role all four years and truly enjoyed every minute of it. I started out as a freshman announcing varsity basketball home games, influenced by NBA play-by-play legends as well as the current slew of magnificent announcers. From my first game, I learned how to be professional on the call while using my knowledge of the team as a beat writer to my advantage.
By Jordan Pagkalinawan
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Saint Renee

Renee Duke, 82 loves to host family gatherings and enjoys cooking big meals for everyone. | Photo submitted by Renee Duke Renee Duke sits on the edge of the bed where her frail husband’s body resides, nearly lifeless, but still breathing. Her foster son, Paul, sits beside her with his head burrowed into his chest. He turns and faces and mutters out the words, “Mom, Dad’s gonna die.” Paul, now 52, has Down Syndrome and although he has a mental disability, he understands what death is. Ever since
By Ella Roberts
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EQ Exchange Welcomes 2 New Artists on Music NFT Platform.

In its sixth week of new music NFT drops, EQ Exchange is launching two new artists: LXNNY and Rebecca Mardal on May 18 and May 22. These additions join EQ Exchange as the company continues to cut out the middleman while offering unique opportunities to fans such as opportunities for concert tickets and meet-and-greets. This innovative movement toward empowering artists through digital assets sets the stage for reformed relationships between fans and artists. In addition to gaining funding dir
By Elizabeth Dwyer
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The Biggest Names to Watch in Free Agency: Part 1

Although the Conference Finals are still underway, it’s never to early for free agency rumors to begin. Already, there is speculation about who’s going where, making for an exciting offseason ahead. With all but four teams eliminated, here are the biggest names to watch in free agency (so far). I’ve already written extensively about Westbrook’s and Harden’s current situations. Both o
By Jordan Pagkalinawan
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Derelict Vehicles Are Emerging Within Canarsie

BROOKLYN- Canarsie has experienced an onslaught of derelict vehicles being parked within the neighborhood streets. On May 6, the Department of Sanitation announced that their Derelict Vehicle Unit worked with the 69th Precinct to remove 26 derelict vehicles and issued 23 summons within Canarsie. Vehicles that have been damaged, demolished or partially dismantled, or dumped and are inoperable are referred to as derelict vehicles. “If the vehicle has a license plate on it, then it gets referred
By Tyrell Ingram
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STEAM Education Taught at Local Brooklyn Preschool

BROOKLYN- The Brooklyn Preschool of Science is the preschool of the future. With three locations staggered between Downtown Brooklyn and Park Slope all filled to capacity with an extensive waitlist each year since its first location opened in 2013, owner and creator, Carmelo Piazza, has cracked the code on early childhood education. The Brooklyn Preschool of Science is definitely not your average preschool. Piazza uses an unusual method of combining preschool curriculum with advanced and mature
By Amanda Curcio
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Possible End of an Era as NYC Catholic Schools Close Their Doors at Alarming Rates

Possible End of an Era as NYC Catholic Schools Close Their Doors at Alarming Rates BROOKLYN- Catholic schools across the boroughs have been closing at rapid rates in recent years leaving many students and families in a panic to find a place of education for their children when their own school suddenly closes down. With Catholic schools once being a backbone of the education system here in NYC, it leaves long-time New Yorkers wondering- what happened? Between 2019–2020, 26 NYC catholic schools
By Amanda Curcio
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New Safe Injection Site Initiative Causes Controversy in NYC Neighborhood

Back in November of 2021, New York City introduced the nation’s first “safe injection sites” with two locations in East Harlem and Washington Heights, Manhattan, as an attempt to combat fatal drug overdoses and control substance use in the city. Drug users in NYC are able to walk in with their pre-obtained substances and use them under the supervision of trained medical professionals with overdose-reversal medications, su
By Amanda Curcio
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Grief & The Woman’s Life Cycle

"You will experience the triple Goddess — Maiden, Mother, and Crone. These phases are symbolic to, not just your own life, but life as a whole. Birth, life, and death. As women, it is important to understand you are the cycle.” Emma Mildon. Throughout the last two years I have experienced tangible bereavement through the loss of relatives who have transitioned and relationships which have come to an end. I have also experienced grief through symbolic deaths of changing homes, geographical locations, and work. These experiences have re-triggered childhood wounds around grief and invited me me into deep moments of contemplation around the nature of grief and my relationship with it. This has illuminated for me the intimate relationship which Women have with birth, life and death. Just like the moon phases, the feminine cycles are built around the natural occurrence of beginnings, endings and the phases in between.
By Toni-Anne Butterworth-Myers
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Why drinking water is so important and the effects of dehydration

Why drinking water is so important and the effects of dehydration Water is the most basic necessity for us to function. It has many health benefits and without it, we cannot survive. Our body needs water to maintain its temperature, excrete waste and lubricate our joints. Additionally, it promotes healthy, rejuvenated skin and aids in weight loss. So, all in all, water is a miracle drink however there are numerous people who don’t drink enough water simply because they are too busy, too lazy, f
By Emaan nouman
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Targeted SEO — How we (kinda) conquered the Spotify Algorithm

Targeted SEO — How we (kinda) conquered the Spotify Algorithm What if I told you that the number of playlists added to Spotify in 2020 alone is more than the population of the United States and the entirety of Europe combined? Sometime in June ’20, I decided that I had to diversify the platform wise reach of STR Music, the result of my recently established deal to transform an electronic music curator channel with over 80,000 subscribers that features drifting cars and models into a full fledg
By Jessenth Ebenezer
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What’s the big deal about Solana anyway? The whole market is crashing down (Feat. BITGERT)

What’s the big deal about Solana anyway? The whole market is crashing down (Feat. BITGERT) The Crypto Winter is here I know its difficult to talk about anything crypto related in the event of the ongoing 2022 Crypto Crash but hear me out, let’s set aside the part of the crypto world who don’t really give two hoots about the blockchain technology itself or the Smart Contracts, essentially the HODLers who’re in it for the memes and “tendies” and talk about the tech. The premise of this article
By Jessenth Ebenezer
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Young Show Jumper Proves New York City is a Place for Horses

BROOKLYN- When thinking of New York City, it is the standard to think of skyscrapers, busy city streets filled with people dressed up for work in suits and ties, and the honking of cars stuck in traffic. However, young athlete Dasha Romer, 19, sees New York City very differently than your average New Yorker does. Her New York City life inc
By Amanda Curcio
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