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Tha Movement University

http://www.thamovement1.blogspot.com

Tha Movement University is a public initiative of peace geared towards raising awareness about violence: Gang Violence, Sectarian Violence, Youth Violence, Domestic Violence.

Chicago's Black Children Slipping Through the Cracks!
by Jim Allen over 2 years ago
Growing Your Business
by Jim Allen over 2 years ago

CHEMOBRAIN: IN THE FOG

http://www.chemo-brain.blogspot.com

Living with late onset, worsening chemobrain. Fearless friend to all, especially those with metastatic disease. Determined to see donor dollars are put in the hand of those who will do the most good: research and to help the underserved.

COME AND GET ME
by AnneMarie Ciccarella over 1 year ago
"I AM THEM" : A FALLEN ADVOCATE
by AnneMarie Ciccarella almost 2 years ago

Basic Rights for All

http://www.basicrightsforall.com

I'm hoping that the blog can help to promote awareness, mutual education and discussion regarding human rights issues.


SSusan's Blog for Advocates 4 Breast Cancer (A4BC)

https://a4bc.wordpress.com

Breast cancer changed my life. I have experienced amazing highs and unfortunate lows. As a result, I am a patient advocate blogging about my experiences. I also started a non-profit (A4BC) dedicated to breast cancer advocacy.



Womentalkonline

http://blogs.dw.de/womentalkonline

Womentalkonline is a project by the DW South and Southeast Asia service. The blog is an attempt to lend a voice to women in Asia, Europe and around the world and to foster discussion on women’s issues. DW works closely with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Germany on this project. The project was organized and initiated by Grahame Lucas, head of the South and Southeast Asia service of DW and is edited and supervised by Manasi Gopalakrishnan. Arafatul Islam manages the website and other technical issues.


Womentalkonline

http://www.womentalkonline.com

Womentalkonline is a project by the DW South and Southeast Asia service. The blog is an attempt to lend a voice to women in Asia, Europe and around the world and to foster discussion on women’s issues. DW works closely with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Germany on this project. The project was organized and initiated by Grahame Lucas, head of the South and Southeast Asia service of DW and is edited and supervised by Manasi Gopalakrishnan. Arafatul Islam manages the website and other technical issues.



Ta ta to the ta-tas

http://tatatothetatas.blogspot.com

BRCA1+ 30-something that records her journey through a prophylactic mastectomy and hysterectomy


Brave Bosom

http://www.bravebosom.com

I write about life from a previvor's perspective.


Bloomin Boobs

http://breastcancerchick.blogspot.com/2013/10/say-yes.html

I'm a stage IV Metastatic breast cancer survivor. I've decided though I'm just going to skip stage V and move right on to Stage VI, VII, VIII and so and so on. These after all the next stages in my life.


Cancer Isn't Pink

http://www.cancerisnotpink.wordpress.com

Cancer Isn't Pink is where I am keeping track of my journey through breast cancer, diagnosis, surgeries, recovery, relationships and life in general.


Dear Indonesian Ladies

http://dearindonesianladies.blogspot.com

Let's stop emancipation of women and commercialization of sex in Indonesia




AmericasWrongfullyConvicted

http://www.blogster.com/awc4justice

This page is dedicated to those individuals, who, because of the selfish reasons of others who conspired for their false imprisonment resulting in malicious prosecution, judicial injustice and impropriety, prosecution for the sake of prosecution, lack of funds for legal aid to prove their innocence and/or other errors of one kind or another, have been wrongfully accused and wrongfully convicted of a crime which they did not commit and have been left to languish resulting in loss of liberty, civil rights, productive lifestyle, financial and personal ruin, mental anguish, social condemnation and personal and family embarrassment for the remainder of their lives.