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Hi, my name is Hannah. First off, I'm very interested in the arts, music and filmmaking, and my skills include speaking 3 languages (English, French and intermediary Spanish), playing the cello and painting. Secondly, I would consider my sense of humour, my organisation skills and my confidence as my strengths. Thirdly, my preferred collaboration arrangement would be online with international students and professionals. Finally, I'm deeply upset by Trump, the environmental crisis and the various crises that don't get enough attention from the media or international aide (such as Venezuela and Yemen, currently). I believe in attacking such problems with compassion and education instead of through violence, though being fuelled with anger at injustice to keep the cause going. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you're interested in collaborating.
Have an excellent day despite the state of the world we live in.


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This paper demonstrates how feminism is not what a majority of people think. It gives the real and unique definition of the feminist movement and its history. Feminism did not appear out of nowhere and has a unique goal; equality. In this research paper, there are real statistics and proof on how woman are perceived less than man. There are sections about the influence that society has on the youth, the arranged marriage, the economic wage difference between a man and a woman for the same job, the rape culture and the need of men in the movement.

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The goal of this assignment and research is to provide a general understanding of police brutality in America. The utmost objective of this is to give an intricate view into how the police, over the course of the years managed to acquire such force and authority, how African-Americans have not had their voices heard and are sometimes less likely to speak out due to possible repercussion by the side of police and finally to observe the solutions to a problem currently affecting millions in the United-States.

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On August 19, 2017, Sarah Maisey wrote about the impacts of fashion on the environment for the National. Notably, the industry, valued at US $2.4 trillion a year, is disastrous both environmentally and in terms of workers’ health and safety.

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As Sylvia Thompson wrote in the Irish Times on July 15 2017, the trend of buying clothes online could lead to a rise in people buying used and vintage clothes online, as well as other eco-conscious alternatives to mainstream fashion.

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Despite the modern view of China as an industrialized mass polluter, historically, this Far Eastern country has always focused on sustainability. Recently, a return to the Confucian value of sustainability has been making its mark on the Chinese fashion industry, as Clay Hales reports in Business of Fashion on October 11th, 2017.

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Alzheimer’s is a disease that is still a mystery on multiple levels. Researches are still needed to demystify all of the components of this dementia. For example, Violette Provost, 27 years old was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2011. Ever since she was 4 years old doctors haven't been able to agree on her case since it wasn’t clear that it was the Alzheimer's disease.

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The Merriam-Webster defines urban sprawl as “the spreading of urban developments (such as houses and shopping centers) on undeveloped land near a city.” But it’s more than that: Urban sprawl has defined how where many us of live is planned out, and therefore, how we move and live within that space. The sources used in this text (The Economist, Concordia News and The Guardian) each explain either a problem or solution relating to urban sprawl.

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As of September 5th, 2017, the most recent fighting in Myanmar took place in the state of Rakhine, leaving approximately 400 dead and forced 40,000 Rohingya Muslims to flee their homes for Bangladesh, reports Rebecca Ratcliffe in The Guardian.

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Genetically modified animals are part of science fiction movie, but what happens when it comes real? In May 2016, AquaBounty Technologies, an American company, received the approval for selling genetically modified (GM) salmon in Canada. In fact, these fishes grow twice as fast as normal Atlantic salmon.

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In an article published on BBC by Rupert Wingfield-Hayes on July 3rd, 2015, alarming numbers about suicide are listed. In fact, over 2014, more than 25 000 people committed suicide. This means a rate of 70 every day. "Isolation is the number one precursor for depression and suicide," says Wataru Nishida, a psychologist at Tokyo's Temple University. Seeking help for people who need it can be troublesome.

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It’s no longer a secret for who’s read Janna Zittrer Appleby’s article “City of Style: How home-grown fashion thrives in Montreal” appearing on The Globe and Mail a

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The recent deaths of 50 African migrants reported on by The New York Times in the publication of the same name on August 16, thrown off their boat by the smugglers that they had paid to ferry them to Yemen, is not an isolated event. In fact, approximately 114 migrants have died attempting to cross the strait that separates the Horn of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula this year alone.

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Hi, my name is Hannah. First off, I'm very interested in the arts, music and filmmaking, and my skills include speaking 3 languages (English, French and intermediary Spanish), playing the cello and painting.

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