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Common Sense Research Reveals Everything You Need to Know About Teens’ Use of Social Media in 2018

95% of Teens in the U.S. Own a Mobile Device; 70% Check Social Media Several Times a Day. Teens Prefer Texting to Talking as Their Favorite Way to Communicate. 3 Out of 4 Teens Believe That Tech Companies Intentionally Manipulate Them. Social Media Affects Teens’ Social and Emotional Well-Being, But Not Necessarily in Negative Ways

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Islam: 10 Common Myths That Critics Believe

Islam, Judaism, and Christianity are commonly referred to as the Abrahamic religions given that these religions all worship the god of Abraham. Given language differences, God is called by various names, yet they are the same. Followers of the three faiths believe that there are prophets that God has sent to teach the people.

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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Issues Letter to the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security Denouncing Separation of Immigrant Families

WASHINGTON, June 18, 2018 — The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, by majority vote, has issued a letter to Attorney General Sessions and Secretary Nielsen urging the Departments of Justice and Homeland Security to stop separating children from their families after crossing our southern border. This policy changed longstanding border enforcement practices with no clear evidence that it increases border security….

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Racism In America – New Film Reveals The Untold History Of Our Nation

BOSTON /PRNewswire/ — The film ‘An American Story: Race Amity and the Other Tradition’ explores the moral counterweights to the tradition of racism in America and how we can move together towards our nation’s motto – ‘E Pluribus Unum’. This thought-provoking, inspiring and emotional film tells the story of cross-cultural friendships that tackled racism and inequality in the past. This racial amity has come…

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For March Madness Partygoers, New PSAs Highlight “Warning Signs” to Prevent Buzzed Driving

NEW YORK, March 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — As Americans gather at bars and in living rooms to watch the hugely popular college basketball tournament– often with a drink in hand– the Ad Council is launching a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) for their ongoing “Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving” campaign. Impaired driving remains a persistent problem in the U.S.,…

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National Crime Prevention Council Promotes School Safety

WASHINGTON /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — School safety is a growing concern, most recently with the Parkland, FL shooting. Schools and communities across the country are dealing with how to approach these tragic situations. Becoming informed about risky behaviors and what to do with that information is key for students, parents, and teachers. Since the 1999 Columbine shooting there have been at least 200 shootings on…

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