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HLB_gavel_FLAT2-900x589 Arming Ourselves with the Knowledge of Law
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Bree is a published writer and a post-partisan thinker who views politics and social motivations through a lens of self-determination and community empowerment. Bree is a non-conformist when it comes to social norms and insists on seeking truth instead of repeating dogmas and the mantras of the establishment. Bree is truly an independent writer and thinker.
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Contributing Writer at Indie Writer
Bree is a published writer and a post-partisan thinker who views politics and social motivations through a lens of self-determination and community empowerment. Bree is a non-conformist when it comes to social norms and insists on seeking truth instead of repeating dogmas and the mantras of the establishment. Bree is truly an independent writer and thinker.
Bree Hood
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The promise of America remains unfulfilled after 240 years, and we must be critical in our analysis if we hope to make the changes...
Identity Politiks Identity Politiks: When Grievance Gets Weaponized
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Teodrose Fikremariam is the co-founder and editor of the Ghion Journal. Prior to launching the Ghion Journal, he was a political organizer who once wrote a speech idea in 2008 that was incorporated into Barack Obama's South Carolina primary victory speech. He is originally from Ethiopia and a direct descendent, seven generations removed, of one of Ethiopia's greatest Emperors Tewodros II.
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Writer at Ghion Journal
Teodrose Fikremariam is the co-founder and editor of the Ghion Journal. Prior to launching the Ghion Journal, he was a political organizer who once wrote a speech idea in 2008 that was incorporated into Barack Obama's South Carolina primary victory speech. He is originally from Ethiopia and a direct descendent, seven generations removed, of one of Ethiopia's greatest Emperors Tewodros II.
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Let me admit, I grow weary of hearing gripes and grievances. I don’t say this to somehow deny atrocities that have been committed against...
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